Anna
Anna is the founder and lead editor of the website Learning-mind.com. She is a psychology enthusiast who holds a bachelor's degree in social sciences. As a deep thinker and socially anxious introvert, Anna has devoted countless hours of her life to the analysis of human behavior and personality, the nature of introversion, the concept of belonging, and social anxiety. She explores these topics in her writings, hoping to help those who struggle with similar issues as she does. Anna also shares her insights into dream interpretation, the power of the subconscious mind, and the human brain's potential. Besides, she has an interest in amateur astronomy, so she sometimes writes about space exploration and the universe. Anna LeMind is the author of The Power of Misfits: How to Find Your Place in a World You Don’t Fit In, a book that aims to help all introverts, socially anxious people, and loners find their path in this loud, extroverted world. She has been featured on websites like The Mighty and Thrive Global. You can follow her on Goodreads, Twitter, and Linkedin.

4 No-Nonsense Questions for Getting through Hard Times in Life

Getting through hard times is easier said than done – we all know that. Regardless of the countless motivational articles and inspirational quotes, it can be extremely difficult to pull yourself together and go on when you are feeling like everything is falling apart. No one likes failing and facing…

15 Quotes about Intelligence and Open-Mindedness

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12 Quotes about Learning to Never Stop Expanding Your Mind

There are certain quotes about learning that don’t talk only about expanding your knowledge. They talk about learning life’s lessons and gaining wisdom. Sadly, our society doesn’t encourage learning and critical thinking – it encourages thoughtless consumption of unnecessary things and useless information. For this reason, it is absolutely vital…