Dear reader,

We meet again! Thank you for taking the time to come find me on the web. I hope The Secret Lives of Introverts was helpful to you in some way. I feel like we have been on a journey, together.

On this page, you will find more resources to help you continue your journey of understanding and embracing your introversion. If you’d like to send me a message, email me at [email protected]. I get many messages each day, so unfortunately, I may not be able to respond to each one, but know that I read and appreciate each one.

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Some Further Reading

Introverts Don’t Hate People, They Hate Shallow Socializing, by Rachel Ginder

21 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You’re an Introvert, by Jenn Granneman

The Reason Introverts Might ‘Think Too Much, by Jenn Granneman

I Wish More People Understood That Introversion Is Not a Liability to Be Overcome, by Ryan Feely

Just Because I Need Time to Respond Doesn’t Mean I’m Unintelligent, by Kayla Mueller

Why Introverts Absolutely Loathe Talking on the Phone, by Liz Greene

I Am an Introvert, But I Am Not Your Doormat, by Rachel Ginder

26 Small Difficult Things You Have to Deal With When You’re an Introvert, by Jenn Granneman

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Quietly yours,