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Introverted people are often looked at as anti-social or shy. And more often than not, introverts get stepped on by extroverts, especially in school and at work. 217 more words

Things Introverts Love (Part 1)

Being an introvert is tough (at times). Trying to find one’s one space in this sea full of people can be an exhausting task. But there are a few things which every introvert loves and this blog is here to celebrate the same. 364 more words

Rishabh Jain


I’ve been a real hermit lately, even on the Internet.  Assuming you’re all still here, you’ve noticed this is my first post in a few weeks.   114 more words


14 Everyday Struggles Only Extroverts Can Appreciate

1. Wanting to go out when everyone else wants to stay in.

You feel like asking your friends to go out is like pulling teeth. You understand the need to have a night of doing nothing, but you can only do so much of nothing. 722 more words

Extroverted Introverts: Who They Are and Why I Am One

If you were to ask husband whether I’m an extrovert or an introvert, he would say undoubtedly extrovert. I would strongly disagree. And I did. And we had a 30-minute semi-heated debate about it. 747 more words


Introverts Welcome: 5 Ways to Support Introverts in the Classroom

I recently finished Susan Cain’s comprehensive book about introverts, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop TalkingThe book has momentum and is widely read; it is an interesting take on the importance of introverts in a culture that has built institutions primarily aimed at the needs of extroverted people and often overvalues qualities of extroversion.  1,100 more words

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