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What is an introvert?

Introverts gain energy by being alone. Stimulating environments and social situations are draining for introverts. We can only handle so much before we MUST restore ourselves in solitude.

This is where many people are confused about introversion. It’s not about wanting to avoid people because of shyness, or sadness. Introverts NEED to spend time alone to feel at our best. Plain and simple.

In contrast, extroverts are energized by socializing. They get a buzz from the very activities that overwhelm introverts. When extroverts spend too much time alone, they feel bored and depleted.

Neither personality type is superior, we simply have different needs.

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INFJ: Empathy Is My Superpower

Empathy is often seen as a weakness, even for the INFJ personality. The main reason why is because many believe that feeling and caring too much for others is a waste of time. The modern world constantly screams at us to completely disregard emotions and concern....

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An Introvert’s Secret Christmas Wishes

I wish I had more energy to enjoy the special moments — the way the children’s eyes light up, the warmth of family, the comfort of tradition — WITHOUT collapsing beneath the pressures of the holidays. I wish I could replicate myself and have my clone do all the...

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An Introvert’s Mind at Night

Introverts have busy brains at any time of the day. But at night our mind goes into overdrive. Of course, this can be very inconvenient when we have to get up early in the morning. But it’s more than that. Our nighttime mental Olympics can leave us fatigued and on...

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INFJ: We Need to Take Care of Ourselves Too

There isn’t the slightest chance that INFJs will ever stop caring. No other personality type has the same level of concern that we have. But in our desire to be there for others, we tend to put ourselves last on our priority list. Why INFJs put ourselves last Being an...

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This is How an Introvert Falls in Love

We introverts might be complicated souls, but our needs are simple, especially when it comes to love: We need your loyalty. Will you stick by us, keep our secrets, and cherish our friendship? If so, we will be fiercely loyal to you in return. We need your patience....

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Feeling Anxious? 6 Tips to Stop Worrying

When you spend as much time inside your head as we introverts do, your mind starts to turn against you. It begins to fixate, and ruminate. No matter how much you tell yourself to stop worrying, you can’t shake the feeling that something is amiss. After all, worrying...

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The INFJ and Sleep – Mission Impossible?

How many times have you caught yourself wide-awake at 4am? If you’re an empath INFJ like me, then you know sleeping is not something we’re good at. Unfortunately, the consequence of having a constantly turned on INFJ mind is a lack of sleep. I should know, since I’m a...

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How to Overcome Social Anxiety and Shyness

If you struggle with social anxiety and shyness, you know how annoying it is when someone gives you generic advice. “Just get out there and talk to people,” they say. Or, they tell you that you just need to build confidence. They may be right, but the question...

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10 Awkward Conversation Moments Introverts Will Understand

I’ve said before that conversation is like a sport for extroverts — a fast paced one at that. For introverts, it’s a different story. Trying to have a ‘normal’ conversation can feel beyond awkward for introverts. It’s not because we are socially inept or hate people....

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How to Say No and Protect Yourself as an INFJ

INFJs always have a difficult time saying no. Using this word in conversations is quite challenging for our personality type, which is famous for being people oriented. “No” is closely connected with INFJ self-care, and that’s something I learned the hard way when I...

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Michaela Chung is an introvert author, coach and entrepreneur. Check out her book, The Irresistible Introvert .

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