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Invert people problems… what we really think

Inverts are basically people who keep to them self’s and apparently like to be by themselves, basically thats a load of bullshit and another way of saying – Hi I’m uber shy and don’t have any friends. 225 more words


Quiet: The Power of Introverts in World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

This is a great book for anyone who considers themselves an introvert, anyone who has family member or friends who are introverts, anyone who works with introverts, or knows someone they would consider an introvert… so really its a great book for everyone. 273 more words


Confessions of an Introvert

Personalities are fascinating. You live your life thinking and behaving a certain way, only to realize other people don’t and are therefore obviously complete lunatics. How we process social situations and how we make sense of the world can be traced to the inherent ways in which our brains are wired. 999 more words


Colliding realities.

Can you be happily married and lonely at the same time?

Sub-hypothesis: An introvert and extrovert can make their marriage work!

I am married to an introvert, you see. 675 more words

Hands on: Physical adjusting/ Partner work in yoga, fitness classes and other settings - helpful or harmful?

This blog discusses the pros and cons of physically adjusting students in a yoga or fitness class and of partner work that involves physical contact in any setting. 2,273 more words


I Struggle To Meet New People

(why can only women cash in on painful personal experiences, publishers?)

I don’t want to sound melodramatic here, that I’ve been at uni for all of three days and I’ve not met people I’ll move in with next year and be besties with for the next five decades, but I have noticed throughout my life that by far the worst part of a relationship with someone is, for me, meeting them in the first place. 984 more words

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The Lone Introvert Needs Some Space

When our eldest son was a baby, it was quite clear very early on that he was an extrovert like his mama.  I think he was about 2 years old when my husband said something along the lines of, “I only signed up for one Tasha.   196 more words

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