An introvert’s world is very different from the world most people live in. In this category, you will find articles about introverts that will help you make most of your quiet side and find your path in the extroverted society.

Why Expressing Feelings Can Be Difficult for Introverts (and How to Learn to Do It)

Expressing feelings can be tough for introverts and there are some good reasons why. Fortunately, there are ways you can get better at this. About 30% of the global population is introverted. What does it mean to be an introvert and why can expressing feelings be a real struggle when…

Architect Personality: 6 Contradictory Traits of INTPs That Confuse Other People

People with the architect personality type or INTP are some of the quirkiest and hardest to understand. Many things they do and say may confuse others. INTP is one of the rarest personality types, according to the Myers-Briggs classification. These people seem to have their own perception of the world,…

How to Make a Phone Call When You Have Phone Phobia and Social Anxiety

Some people struggle to make a phone call, no matter how weird or funny it may sound. However, for socially anxious people and some introverts, phone phobia is a reality. What is phone phobia? Phone anxiety or phone phobia is a psychological condition in which a person experiences extreme fear…

How to Cope with Loneliness When You’re Surrounded by the Wrong People

Being alone and being lonely are two different things entirely. Learning how to cope with loneliness when you’re not physically alone may seem impossible, but surprisingly, it’s not. One of the biggest misconceptions of being alone is the idea that you are lonely. This is far from the truth. Just…

INFJ Depression: Why This Personality Type Feels Alone and Misunderstood

Today, we will explore the reasons why people with an INFJ personality are particularly prone to depression. Each personality type deals with stress differently and some may be more affected by negative events than the others. In fact, intuitive introverts are considered to be more susceptible to developing depression at…

5 Ways Meaningful Work Makes an Introvert Happy

Meaningful work is much more important for introverts than a high-paying job or a prestigious career. Here are five things that make a job truly satisfying for an introvert. We have often heard motivational speakers saying that we should chase our passions, transform them into our careers and then, we…

8 Introvert Hangover Symptoms and How to Avoid and Relieve Them

Feeling flat, exhausted and emotional? You might just be suffering an introvert hangover. Here's how to treat your introvert hangover symptoms and get yourself back to feeling calm, energised and happy. If you are an introvert, you have almost certainly experienced introvert hangover symptoms. It happens when you have spent…

If You Get Emotionally Tired with These 5 Things, You Must Be an Introvert

Introverts seem to have it hard. Not only are they uncomfortable in crowded parties and busy places, but they can also become emotionally tired from it. I’m talking about a phenomenon called The Introvert Hangover. To put it simply, The Introvert Hangover comes from when we are overstimulated or overwhelmed, either…