They feel and live more deeply.
It may come as a surprise to extroverts and many introverts as well, that we are NOT opposites.
Here’s the thing: you’re quiet. You don’t function the same way others do. And that’s perfectly okay. You’re an introvert – and you have nothing to be ashamed of.
Introverts take longer time to process stimuli. This enables introverted individuals to integrate, engage and connect more deeply.
The extrovert often fails to understand the quiet introvert. Here are a few reasons why the introvert stays quiet and doesn’t talk to loud extroverts.
An introvert experiences life very differently from an extrovert. Here are a few worst experiences that introverts feel stressed out:
Socializing for introverts can be an exhausting experience. But why? The answer might be hidden in the way our brains are wired.
How would you feel if you’re judged based on things that ain’t true? Here are 10 popular myths about introverts that are far from truth.
If we tried to “decipher” what is actually the case behind the three most common prejudices about introverted people, we could conclude the following: