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How to live a quiet life in a noisy world
How do you keep yourself from getting too stressed during this extroverted season? Readers share their favorite strategies.
A few ideas to get you thinking about gifts that will bring joy to your favorite introvert.
Some commonly co-occurring conditions may season introversion.
Sometimes solitude runs away with us and becomes unhealthy and unhappy isolation. It can take discipline to break free of inertia.
Allow me to clarify some points in my post about ways introverts can be annoying.
Introverts have been feeling pretty superior since the introvert-positive movement started. But are we really without faults? I think not.
We teach kids to be team players, but do we teach them to appreciate the benefits of solitude?
Research finds that kids in 8th grade struggle with "preference-for-solitude," but that things get easier by the time they're high school seniors.
You know who really likes open floor plan offices? Nobody. Things to think about in creating an introvert-friendly environment.
No job is off-limits to introverts, they just have to figure out how to make it work for themselves.
Introversion is often confused with a number of other traits and states. This brief guide can help you discern among them.
Obviously, extroverts are much needier than introverts, right?
Listening to the brilliant Temple Grandin speak about the autistic brain gets me thinking further about the possible connection between introversion and autism.
A new book about introverts at work spotlights the next step in introvert world-domination. When we start working with our introversion, we make it work for us, and there will be no stopping us.
Taking a solitary retreat, even for a few days, is a way to rejuvenate, rethink, and get things done.
Life's little irritations are no big deal, but you might as well know when you're being irritating.
Consulting my Board of Extroverts on ways introverts can win their hearts.
How can you tell when helpful introspection is becoming counterproductive rumination? Thoughts from some Psychology Today bloggers.
Insisting I'm not shy is not to cast aspersions on shy people. But I'll have to be convinced that shyness doesn't make life harder.
If you want to romance an introvert, make your grand gestures quiet and intimate.
Have you ever been accused of thinking too much? Is that possible? Socrates said "The unexamined life is not worth living," but is it possible to self-examine yourself into a hole? Where is the line between introspection and rumination?
Reseach suggests that extroverts are bigger risk takers than introverts, but maybe that's related to the way risk is represented in the lab.
Sure introverts and extroverts can live happily ever after. But they might want to iron out a few details first.
Some final thoughts to take with you into the most extroverted week of the year.
When a busy stretch hits, introverts have to put energy management strategies to work. Here's how I made it through a go-go-go week of shameless self-promotion.
In three years writing The Introvert's Corner, the most important skill I've learned is energy management.
As introverts, we're fine with being alone, but does that put us at risk of getting caught in a loneliness loop?
Halloween has gotten out of control and it's this introvert's nightmare.
President Obama is taking heat for behaving like an introvert in last night's presidential debate.
Introverts might just be sitting at home waiting for invitations from other introverts. Somebody has to make the first move.
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.