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Diary Page Rant of an Extroverted Girl | by Jenessa Joy | Creativity and Joy

A/N: Dear Readers: all my introverts, I would like to make this clear before you read on: This is not an attack on introverts. This is an article of frustration to the way extroverts are perceived. 506 more words


In training, for Miss Piggy II

It was one of those days that kept me at my desk, for the most part, getting orders ready for a major account.

Not much interaction with customers, co workers, or sales. 257 more words


Let's Talk About How Our Personalities Develop

Traditionally, Myers-Briggs theorists have taught that people develop their primary function first, followed by their secondary function up until their 20s, then their tertiary function in their 30s and 40s, and sometimes they’ll go on to start using their inferior function later in life. 1,057 more words


On Introversion, Solitude and the Virtuous Life

Long before mindfulness was fashionable, Arnie Kozak was studying, practicing, and teaching mindfulness and Buddhist psychology. His lifelong practice of meditation began with journey to India in the 1980s. 1,377 more words


Book Review: Quiet – The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

Zy Marquiez
March 29, 2016

Quiet – The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain is absolute fascinating read into the inner workings of the reflective introverts that populate society. 790 more words

Daily Musings

Introverts Speak More Than Words

Introverts speak more than words

They speak the language of heart

They understand the sound of silence

Introverts speak more than just words.

They walk with the brilliance of observation… 85 more words


Life is really difficult being alone,
But its quite easy to be unknown.
Walking on a path that leads nowhere,
Living on a corner in complete despair. 161 more words