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It's okay to admit if you're having a hard time with the thing you thought you were good at.
Two weeks into quarantine, and you'd think we'd all be used to the staying at home, especially if you're an introvert. Given the strict physical distancing measures enforced to keep the COVID-19 from spreading even
Experts weigh in on everything you need to understand.
Whether or not you identify as an introvert, an extrovert, or anywhere in between, everyone can benefit from a little alone time now and then. If you like being alone or find being around large groups of people more draining than average,
First dates are still awful, but they can be LESS awful.
To every introvert, the act of finding a significant other means doing the opposite of what you love most. But if you actually want a partner, it means you have to go through the dreaded Putting Yourself Out There. Yes, it might
When you try to tell him you need time alone and he looks at you like you're breaking up with him.
1. Staring at him with laser beams in your eyes every time he asks you if you want to go out. How long have we been dating, dude? I would almost always rather stay inside and you know this. However, I am
When you show up somewhere people are like, 'OMG yesssss!"'
Ambiverts (aka introverted extroverts), which Science Of People defines as "someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion," are basically the best of both worlds. They're not too loud and intense to where you're like, "Jeez, we get it.
There is no greater pleasure than being canceled on when you never really wanted to go in the first place.
1. You've gotten into the habit of putting your phone on airplane mode and getting into bed with a hot water bottle and matching pajamas at around 9 p.m. every night.2. There is no greater pleasure than being canceled
Don't even look at me!
1. The words, "team" and "building", in the same sentence make you nervous AF. Run. Cold.2. Small talk is not your thing. It usually goes; "How are you?" Good, you? Good thanks. Good... *awkward silence*3. You start sweating when you
Who says people have to be loud to exude excellence?
Many of us have been led to believe that extroverts-people who love groups, are generally energetic, and who can charm a room-are the only ones who make it to the top and make great leaders. They seem bibo and in
What are your career options?
While introverts may not feel comfortable in certain jobs, they can be as smart, organized, and analytical as the next person. So can they land a great job that they absolutely love and feel motivated to turn it into a career? Of
Plans to have a few people over for dinner might quickly morph into a dinner party for 20.
1. It's OK if you're not an extrovert. Just because she's an extrovert doesn't mean you have to be the life of the party yourself. It's totally cool if you're more the quiet type who prefers
"My friends think you don't like them." I love your friends, it just takes me time to open up to new people.
1. "You're so quiet." I know. Society makes me feel self-conscious enough about this already; do you really have to point it out as though it's a flaw? I just speak when I have something of value to say.