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Introversion and social anxiety are not the same thing, but that doesn't mean some of us "quiet ones" don't suffer from it. Here's what it's like.
If your child has these seven traits, he or she may be an introvert.
A recent study found a surprising connection between introversion and good grammar — and revealed why introverts might be the ultimate sticklers.
Beginning around four months of age, you'll start to see your child's temperament. And if you see these signs, they're probably an introvert.
Your child would rather stand back and watch than play with other kids, and she spends a lot of time alone. Congratulations: You've got an introvert.
Highly sensitive people tend to struggle with deadlines, time pressure, busyness — and even running late. Here’s why.
It happens to both introverts and extroverts—and, as it turns out, it can be a good thing.
If you're highly sensitive, it means you process information more deeply than others. But how does that affect your day-to-day needs?
If you're a high achiever who seems to have it all together, you might secretly have high-functioning anxiety.
Introverts really know their stuff.
Introverts need solitude like we need air to breathe. Here's why you should spend more time alone in the new year.
The introvert must be suffering from depression, because why on earth would someone want to stay home when there are parties to attend and fun to be had . . . right?
There are some very real differences between introverts and extroverts, and these differences come down to how they respond to rewards.
Introverts had higher levels of electrical activity in their brains than extroverts.
Meaningful conversation is linked to happiness? Introverts got it right.
Jenn Granneman is the author of The Secret Lives of Introverts and the founder of the online community Introvert, Dear.