Happily Introverted

Extraverts prefer schmoozing and social life because such activities boost their mood. But introverts are depleted by too much external stimulation, instead thriving on reflection and solitude.

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By Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.

An expert says we misread and badly underestimate introverts.

Revenge of the Introvert

By Laurie Helgoe Ph.D.

Introverts would rather be entertained by what's going on in their heads than in seeking happiness.

I Love You But Don't Call Me, OK?

By Sophia Dembling

Talking points for "mixed" couples.

Why It’s So Easy to Talk to an Introvert

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

Find an introvert to confide in if you want to get something off your chest

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