Sept. 22, 2014

Perhaps we interact with others differently than extroverts do. Perhaps we don’t want to be the life of the party, or see a different friend every night, or join a happy-go-lucky gang. That doesn’t mean that there is no place in our hearts for other people.

Sophia Dembling, Why Introverts Don’t Always Want To Be Alone

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Jenn Granneman is the founder of IntrovertDear.com and the author of The Secret Lives of Introverts: Inside Our Hidden World. She also cohosts The Introvert, Dear Podcast and blogs for Psychology Today. For most of her life, Jenn felt weird, different, and out of place because of her quiet ways. She writes about introversion because she doesn’t want other introverts to feel the way she did.