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I asked introverts what one thing they wish the world knew about introversion. Here's what they said.
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I asked introverts what one thing they wish the world knew about introversion. Here's what they said.
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Being a new mom is overwhelming whatever your personality; in a new book, author Jamie C. Martin reassures introverted moms that they can do it.
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A career consultant's tips for introverts to rock the job interview, and the job.
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A career consultant's tips for introverts to rock the job interview, and the job.
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The confidence I developed around my introversion is wavering as I change over time. This is not altogether a bad thing.
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The confidence I developed around my introversion is wavering as I change over time. This is not altogether a bad thing.
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By playing it too close to the chest, introverts may lose out on useful information about how others perceive us.
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We're conditioned in our culture to think solitude equals loneliness, but that is frequently not the case. For many of us, many experiences are enhanced when we do them solo.
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Research find that friendships last an average of seven years, so we all find ourselves short on friends sometimes. Making new ones takes some effort, but it's worth it.

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