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The Loud Life Inside An Introvert's Mind

Understanding an Introvert Crash Course 101

Sometimes you wish you could walk around with a manual so you don’t have to explain to everyone who assumes that you’re just so weird, that it’s just your personality and you can’t just “ 1,040 more words

Emotional

Sensitivity: Or how sociopaths are better at parties

I’m too sensitive. I’ve always been too sensitive. In kindergarten, I literally won an award for being the “Most Sensitive.” Our hippy teacher had glued lanky plastic figurines to little wooden pedestals and gave all of us one at the end of the year. 1,077 more words

Adulthood

Dear #scuba #diver - inspired by #dearkitten

I’ve met the most in-your-face new scuba diver on this trip. Invited himself for breakfast at my table on day one. Boy, can he talk. A 35-ish Texan. 681 more words

Travel

On Being an Introvert and the Rude Facade

If you are like me, you have been accused of being rude or snobbish, stuck-up or cold. Let me assure you that I am none of those things. 429 more words

6 Surprising Extrovert Problems

Lots of people think that extroverts have it made. Sure, we can talk to random strangers, speak our minds pretty easily, and are more likely to be the “life of the party.” But it isn’t all fun, games, and excitement. 576 more words

Introversion

This is a topic that I’ve been wanting to write about for the longest time but I’ve never had the courage to, or the opportunity to do so. 792 more words

On Being an Introvert and the Holiday Party-The Day After

Well, folks, I survived. Not only did I survive but I had a wonderful time. I really did. My heart smiles when I think about the people I reconnected with and those I met for the first time. 500 more words