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It's that time of year again. The time when the weather cools, the twinkle lights come out and everyone is feeling a little bit festive. Even you. And because of all that, you have an itch to throw a...
Introvert travelers tend to have little desire for big crowds, buzzy hostels and parties that last until dawn. Their idea of a well-balanced trip may look more like time spent alone on a mountain path...
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It is no surprise that reading is attractive to many introverts, but not just because it is a largely solitary pastime.
If the school is too busy to meet with you, they are too busy for your child.
Being an introvert is exhausting. After a long day at work, all you want to do is curl up with your pet and a good book to recharge. But with constant demands on your time, from work happy hours to ho...
Just because you don't like throwing dinner parties doesn't mean you shouldn't eat a well-cooked meal.
Finnish Nightmares Official
No longer can we tolerate this quiet, almost silent and slow speaking horde. We must fight back and reclaim our rights to be outspoken, loud, interruptive and expressive.
If the thought of making small talk fills you with dread, or if you pray to the heavens above that no one joins you in the elevator before the doors close, then you might be an introvert. You also mig...
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Tip number one: arrive sober.
Networking. It's a word that can instil fear into the bravest of hearts. It involves walking, usually very slowly, into a room full of strangers and starting a conversation with one, or more, of them...
Introverts and parties probably go together as smoothly as oil and water. In other words, not well. The personality type is known for prioritizing downtime and preferring silence and intimate conversa...