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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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Let All Introverts Unite!!! (Extroverts Are Welcome Too But Mostly To Fill Awkward Silences)

Hello gorgeous ladies and fine gentlemen! In case you didn’t know I have this thing called a Facebook page (?). I’m not entirely sure how it works but it looks like a good place to talk and know more about you wonderful people. 101 more words


Finding one’s special niche in life can be hindered by temperament and/or personality. Cain’s book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking… 181 more words

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What power do introverts have?

About a month ago I wrote a post about discovering introversion, and since then I have been researching the subject nonstop.

I am currently in the process of reading two books on introversion, 660 more words

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I sit and watch

Oh! ’twas very sad and lonely
When I found myself the only
Population on this cultivated shore;
But I’ve made a little tavern
In a rocky little cavern, … 387 more words

Introverted Does Not = Inadequate

***Note: This post was written the night of August 25th, 2014

Hi, my name is C and I am an introvert. I crave and consume any quotes, articles, books, infographics and lists that are dedicated to introversion. 605 more words

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Look, there are lots of posts about extroverts and introverts, and they are (mostly) true, and I find the (noncondenscending) ones very informative/helpful. (extroverts don’t mean to interrupt/be rude and introverts aren’t really being standoffish/antisocial, etc). 293 more words