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5 Points About Extroverts

You’ve probably heard a lot about introverts lately, if you’re the online type.

There’s been a big uptick in articles about introverts- how to treat them, make them comfortable, aid them with grooming- that I felt you could use a little peek at the other side. 811 more words

Introverts and extroverts: are they really polar opposites?

Amy sits in the classroom staring at the clock, chewing the end of her pen. She works out in her head that there’s only 17 minutes until the end of her lunch break, and then a 55-minute lesson after that. 598 more words

Social Issues

28 Things That Happen When You’re A Talkative Introvert

This might come as a shock to some of you, but believe it or not, people are kind of complicated. We try to simplify this whole life ordeal by categorizing ourselves, but truth is, we’re all little mysteries. 771 more words

Stereotyping Intro- And Extroversion Is Not Helping Us Self-Identify Better

People seem to have fairly set ideas about what it means to be an introvert or an extrovert.

Some people readily identify with these categories, others can’t quite put themselves into one group or another. 1,151 more words

10 Things That Happen When An Introvert And An Extrovert Become Best Friends

1. A fun weekend doesn’t mean the same thing

As a self-identifying introvert, I can tell you a weekend that is filled with quiet relaxation, maybe a comforting book or a nice one-on-one conversation, is the absolute best. 716 more words

Tell Us About Yourself: Sending an Introvert Into a Tailspin

Freaked out at the thought of having to introduce yourself to strangers?

Several months ago I blogged about my BIG discovery {here}, after reading Susan Cain’s, … 735 more words


How interviews could fool us both

My first interview was in freshman year of high school, when I was fifteen. It was for a slot in the school’s radio, which now sounds like a kids’ game thinking back, but at the time was the hottest job among us novices.  1,105 more words

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