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How to live a quiet life in a noisy world
Because they prefer not to pursue, introverts are at risk of finding themselves in the wrong relationship.
Talking to teenagers can be tricky, so try providing information and letting them figure it out themselves.
A new book provides solid tips for making your online-dating profile stand out.
An introvert wonders if her need for downtime is just an excuse for being lazy.
A teen wonders if she' s naturally introverted or if she's an extrovert who's lost her edge.
In The Listening Life, author and ordained minister Adam McHugh examines what it really means to listen--to God and to others.
Those of us who aren't facing this weekend's snowpocalypse are a little envious of those who are.
Introverts often ask me if their choices are weird, but the only way to answer that question is to figure out if you are getting what you want from your life and relationships.
In many ways, hosting a party can be more appealing for introverts than attending one.
Professional coach Beth Buelow says we can't ignore fear, but we can get to know it better to push past it.
"Because introversion" is not the end of the discussion.
Introverts and extroverts can achieve extraordinary results when they learn how to work together, according to author Jennifer Kahnweiler.
If you have trouble expressing your needs it's not necessarily because you're an introvert, but some introverted behaviors might contribute to the problem.
After consulting a couple of life and career coaches, I'm starting the work of loving my work again.
How to reignite passion when the flame has burned out? Talking to life/career coaches about burnout.
When your identity is all tied up in your fertile mind, a creative slump can feel like the end of the world.
Some people fear they'll be judged and pitied if they do things alone, but it's also possible people will be impressed.
Teens crave and seem to admire risk taking. What can introverted teens do to scratch that itch?
Online dating can be great for introverts, but it's easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged. A few tips to help master the learning curve.
You might not need a lot of friends and you might not need to see them often, but you do need friends. Introversion is no excuse--or reason--for letting friendships lapse.
In his book "Deeper Dating," Ken Page suggests that embracing what you're most ashamed of opens you up to greater intimacy.
Friends and family are not enough; we all need to belong to a wider community, according to author Emily White.
Introverts and extroverts may approach conflict differently, but knowing each other's style can pave the way to effective conflict management in relationships.
It's easy for introverts to image they're invisible amidst the razzle-dazzle of extroverts. But we're not; we put out our own warm glow.
The greatest gifts introverts can give themselves don't come in a box. In fact, they might involve stepping out of one.
Learning to stop your thoughts from running away with you takes discipline and practice, but it can be done.
Introverts sometimes overthink social interactions. If you find you're feeling lonely, ask yourself if you could be more spontaneous and take advantage of easygoing, but also fulfilling, social connections that might drift your way.
In a new book, the author describes society's attitude towards solitude, makes a case for its benefits, and suggests ways the solitude-averse can learn to love it. Or at least deal with it.
If you find that you do most of the listening in your relationships, perhaps it's time to consider your role in the dynamic.
So much discussion about introversion has focused on our need to be alone, let's not forget that we need other people, too. Here are some things one introvert values in her relationships.
Sophia Dembling is a Dallas-based writer and the author of Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After.
In the Introvert's Corner, we talk about living life quietly, and assert our right to do so.