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Most Popular Posts

I haven't done this in a while, but I think that it is time for a review of my most popular posts, just in case you missed some or are just joining this blog now. Surprisingly enough, my most popular post this year is if whether or not Rene Angelil was a pedophile. There is... Continue Reading →

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What makes a gamer?

What makes a gamer? I don't play most first person shooter games because they require socializing with others and I'm an introvert. Playing games on my computers is about letting go of the day's stress. Socializing only adds to the stress so it's not for me. The amount of first person shooter gamers who have... Continue Reading →

Let it go

Let it go. Please don't start to sing, because I'll have to join as I know every single lyrics by heart (I have 3 kids) and I really have zero talent when it comes to singing out loud. 😛 Your inner peace is more important than figuring out why it didn't go the way you... Continue Reading →

Why we all need alone time

I took an extra vacation week this summer to have time alone without children or husband. I haven't done this since my daughter was born. She is now a teenager. As a general rule, our society seems to think that spending time alone isn't good. That couldn't be further from the truth. Many people literally... Continue Reading →

Introverts aren’t being selfish

Introverts aren't being selfish for taking the necessary time they need to restore their energy. This is how they can be a better person. This is how they can become more productive in their days. It's not selfish to take care of your physical and mental health. It's not selfish to restore your inner battery.... Continue Reading →

Log cabin in the woods

My idea of the best weekend or vacation ever is one in which you have no plans and no responsibilities. For example, passing the weekend alone in a log cabin in the woods ranks as one of the best weekends or vacation I’ll ever have. This might be because I'm an introvert with anxiety issues.... Continue Reading →

Strong and Healthy Boundaries

Introverts always exercises strong and healthy boundaries. Strong and healthy boundaries help us feel safe. They help us define that imaginary line in the sand between us and other people. The more we know who we are, the more authentic we can be. Introverts are able to understand themselves perfectly, and this allows them to... Continue Reading →

Social anxiety and Introversion compared

Social anxiety and Introversion are often compared, but they are quite different. In order to understand why these two aren’t interchangeable, we much first understand what is introversion. Introversion means that your battery gets recharged when you are alone and it gets drained when you are being social. Extroversion is the contrary. It means you... Continue Reading →

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