How Introverts Can Finally Stop Worrying

How Introverts Can Finally Stop Worrying

Introverts have a lot to worry about. We’re constantly at war with our own mind, as we battle against feelings of guilt, overwhelm, and inadequacy. We desperately want to mute our noisy thoughts and stop worrying. But how? How can we stop the endless cycle of worrying...
7 Signs of Mental Fatigue + Easy Solutions

7 Signs of Mental Fatigue + Easy Solutions

Mental Health Week on Introvert Spring continues and today we’re talking about something many introverts struggle with: mental fatigue. Most introverts have struggled with mental fatigue at some point. For some introverts it’s a constant battle. Your mind is...
Introverts & Alcohol: An Unhealthy Crutch?

Introverts & Alcohol: An Unhealthy Crutch?

It’s Mental Health Week on Introvert Spring, and today we’re talking about a topic that isn’t addressed very often: introverts and alcohol. Do you ever use alcohol to get through uncomfortable situations? I’ve received plenty of messages from...
6 Tips to Balance Alone Time And Socializing

6 Tips to Balance Alone Time And Socializing

A lot of introverts struggle to balance alone time and socializing. Maybe you can relate. When you go out, you feel like you should be at home. When you’re at home, you feel like you should be out. ‘Should’ is really the operative word in both these scenarios....
8 Signs of an Unhealthy INFP

8 Signs of an Unhealthy INFP

Are you an INFP like me? If so, you know what it’s like to embody a galaxy of confusing contradictions. INFPs feel emotions deeply, yet we may seem stoic and unemotional on the outside. We are dreamers, always seeing an endless sky of possibilities. We also have the...