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Peace & Quiet – Introvert Children

Introverts are deeply affected by their surrounding. Noisy, busy environments can wreak havoc on an introvert's highly reactive nervous system. Likewise, packed schedules and high-pressure situations are overstimulating. "Sometimes you need to distance yourself and create time alone, just so... Continue Reading →

Introvert Self-Love

Realising my introversion has really brought it all together. My life would have changed to a great deal. I feel proud of my quiet ways and infinitely more calm and happy in my own skin. Embracing who you are can... Continue Reading →

Introverts can be odd creatures, but they make incredible friends

In my opinion and my experience, Introverts make the best friends you'll ever have. Not that I'm bias or anything! Let me explain why... Introverts keep a small circle of friends, preferring quality over quantity when it comes to friendship. I... Continue Reading →

Introverts & Birthday Wishes

Most introverts are okay with quietly honouring our birthday on our own or with a group of friends we’ve carefully selected. We don’t have to let the world know, unfortunately, we don't always get this wish. Like many business places,... Continue Reading →

I’m getting married! Where did my privacy go?

I'm an introvert and a very private person. I'm also a person who believes that you should keep work and home life separate. I'm finding this harder to do as people who know I'm getting married this year are getting... Continue Reading →

Life is Messy – Tips to deal with it all when feeling completely drained.

Most of us have days when we feel helpless, overloaded or unappreciated, when dragging ourselves out of bed requires the determination of a Greek goddess. Anyone suffering from a chronic illness battles with extreme exhaustion. Being tired all the time... Continue Reading →

School System – What about introverts?

In my children schools there are no longer rows of desk like the one I was familiar with growing up. The desk are arranged in group of 2 to 4 people depending on the class and grade they are in.... Continue Reading →

Active Listening

As an introvert, I don’t just listen to your words. I listen to your use of words, your tone of voice, your body movements, your eyes, and your subtle facial expression. I interpret your silences. I can hear everything you don’t... Continue Reading →

The Value of Solitude

As a young child and to this day, I feel at my best and most alive when I’m in a quieter, mellower environment. I used to push my bedroom furniture around and hide behind them. I always enjoyed small enclosed... Continue Reading →

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