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James R.

A semi-retiree who works part-time from home found there’s such thing as too much alone time — even for an introvert

A college professor who retired about five years ago works part-time from home — but found it's much quieter than his university office.
"I'm thinking."

Two magic words introverts can say to extroverts to make communication easier: ‘I’m thinking’

Here's a simple tactic that puts control of communication in the introvert's hands — and can make meetings easier for everyone involved.
Betty Liu.

An NYSE exec who’s interviewed hundreds of business leaders says you don’t have to be an extrovert to be a successful entrepreneur

Betty Liu, an exec with the New York Stock Exchange, is challenging the idea that people need a specific type of personality to succeed.
Everyone has different needs.

The difference between empaths, highly sensitive people, and introverts

Empaths, highly sensitive people, and introverts are all easily stimulated by the outside world, but there are a few distinct differences between them. Here's what sets them apart.
Think of it as a fun challenge — not the bane of your week.

11 tips for introverts who are already freaking out about holiday party season

Introverts are coming up on perhaps one of the most dreaded times of the year: the holidays. We've created a holiday party survival guide for introverts.
Dogs that are ideal for introverts are independent.

6 of the best dog breeds for introverts

Dogs are man's (and everyone's) best friend, but different dog breeds are more suitable for different types of people.

Here’s how to tell if you’re experiencing an ‘introvert hangover’

Introverts need time to recharge after social stimulation, because they are easily overwhelmed when they have done a lot of social activities. This time out is called an 'introvert hangover.'

What everyone gets wrong about introverts — including why they are not antisocial or lazy

Some people use the term 'introvert' as an insult, but introverted people are not the insular hermits you might think they are. Introversion is actually all down to how your brain is wired.