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Reading People by Anne Bogel

I faithfully listen to Bogel’s podcast (What Should I Read Next) and read her blog (Modern Mrs. Darcy). It’s where I get half of my new books on my TBR list, so of course I am going to read her new book. 378 more words

Book Review

Is there a link between INTJ's and Autism?

I am currently taking a Psychology class and one of my assignments was to take the Myers Briggs personality type test. There are so many different types of people that I find it hard to believe that all 7 billion people on earth can fit into only 16 personality categories, except my personality type describes me perfectly. 233 more words

Asperger's Syndrome

Understand your team

Everyday we come and go from work and most if not all of us have questions about why you seem to be able to connect with some teammates better than others. 388 more words

#AmbivertProblems

Recently I learned something fairly interesting about myself.

Something shocking, that shook the very corners of my mind.

I am not fully extraverted. 

Instead, I’m an… 820 more words

Christian

[opinion] The INTJ Internal Debate

On the outside, I look quite calm. My face may even be described stony… You might as me, “Hey, how are you doing?”, and I’d probably answer with the standard, “OK”. 736 more words

Thought Piece

Who Is Your Favorite Short-Story Writer?

There are a lot of amazing story writers–more every day, I think. What makes a short story brilliant? Well, that’s a matter of opinion. Some want to define it or find a formula; I used to be one of those. 416 more words

Reading & Writing

An Introvert's guide to thriving in an extroverted world.

For a long time, I tried to convince myself that I was an extrovert. In our culture we value extroversion. The person that gets up in front of the room, and is the life of the party. 227 more words