My fellow introverts, we all need to remember something: Too much alone time is just as bad as too little. It’s just a different kind of bad. I, for one, have to watch it sometimes. As an introvert — and as the author of a book called The Introvert Manifesto, for crying out loud, which […]
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My wife Adrianne and I had the loveliest spontaneous chat late one night — using paper as our communications medium. We were sitting at the kitchen table, having a late-evening glass of wine together, when Adrianne reached for the sticky notes that happened to be on the counter nearby and said, “Let’s use these to […]
When my wife Adrianne asks me about my day, she means it. She genuinely wants to hear about what I did, what I’ve been thinking about, and how I’m feeling. In some detail. I need to get the detail part through my head. Actually, I need to work on my head — my thinking — […]
It was my kind of interview. It wasn’t for a job (I’m self-employed). I was actually interviewed about my book, The Introvert Manifesto, and my passion for teaching the world how introverts tick and why. It was for a two-part article that appeared on Nancy Ancowitz’s insightful Psychology Today blog entitled “Self-Promotion for Introverts.” (Nancy […]
Even though it’s often joked about, the world doesn’t really see introverts as people haters. But there’s a fairly widespread, frequently unspoken belief out there that we introverts are merely tolerant of or, at best, indifferent toward or uncomfortable around other people — that while we don’t actively and vocally dislike being around others, we […]