A proposed 2020 New Year’s resolution for introverts everywhere: I resolve this year to just be me — to go ahead and be the introvert I am. I resolve to see my introversion not as something to correct, but as something to respect; not as something to face, but as something to embrace. I resolve […]
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When you ask “Who am I?” — as we all inevitably do at some point(s) in our lives — make sure you’re putting your question to the right person. Or should I say persons. You yourself probably aren’t the best guy/gal to ask. You certainly shouldn’t be the only one, that’s for sure. I developed […]
I typically call myself “an introvert”; maybe you do too. We need to watch it, though — for our language and the thinking behind it, both conscious and unconscious, can lead to trouble. Remember: The personality traits of introversion and extraversion aren’t black and white. Rather, they lie on a continuum: Introversion | Extraversion None […]
Most every year, my lovely wife, Adrianne, asks me to accompany her to the downtown beer tent that is one of the main attractions of “Boxcar Days,” her hometown of Tracy, Minnesota’s annual Labor Day Weekend celebration of railroads and trains. The beer tent is where everyone over the age of 21 gathers to visit […]
I’ve been talking to myself all day today — literally. As in talking out loud to myself (in environments where I’m by myself, at any rate). Sometimes I’ve even been raising my voice to ensure that I’m heard over the irritating, nonstop blurts of the ever-present inner critic inside of me. What have I been […]