The Power of Loners

Whether you're the President, a Nobel laureate, or merely an office outsider, the qualities for which you're ridiculed may prove your greatest asset.

Cognitive Outlaws

By Joann Ellison Rodgers
Here are four maverick minds who defied learning disabilities.

The Solo Team Player

By Sophia Dembling
For introverts, flow most likely occurs in solitude.

Quiet Is Not a Four-Letter Word

By Barbara Markway Ph.D.
"It's OK to be sensitive, and yes, quiet..."

Living Alone Is a Sign of Success – for the Individual and for Society

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
When living alone is a choice and an accomplishment

The Sting of Shyness

By Barbara Markway Ph.D.
Do kids get teased simply for being quiet?

When Teased Children Grow Up

By Lisa Rivero M.A.
The effects of being shunned as a child continue far beyond the playground.

A Quiet Rant About Introversion and Shyness

By Barbara Markway Ph.D.
None of us likes to be misunderstood.

Sometimes You Have to Rip the Cover Off

By Robert Evans Wilson Jr.
Bubba’s character, talent and intelligence could not have been lower

8 Powerful Ways to Turn Loneliness Into Deep Connection

By Emma M. Seppälä Ph.D.
8 Powerful Ways to Turn the Pain of Loneliness into Deep Connection

The Next Step in Introvert World Domination

By Sophia Dembling
Now that we know we're introverts, it's time to make it work for us.

Introverts Are Not Failed Extroverts

By Susan Newman Ph.D.
Upending the stereotypes about introverts.