It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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I am a mixture of extrovert and introvert. So is my husband. I love people and love to have friends (limited to "good" friends), but I also love being alone. My husband is a communicator and teacher. He is great in front of a group, but an introvert at home. For me, the key is in "acceptance" of the other person with their own idiocyncracies. We are all very complex people. It takes a long time to "adjust to each other." We've been married 46 years!
Why is it always about introverts behaving differently?
Have you internalized negative messages about introversion?
Don't allow the caring concern of others to overwhelm you.
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