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August 2019

0 In Introvert

When We Think We Aren’t Good Enough As Introverts, We Deny A Major Part Of Our Power

Can you think of your introversion as one of your superpowers? Say it with me – I have introvert power. In a world where extroverts are in the majority, introverts are generally treated like the black sheep of the family or the dreaded second cousin who stinks and no one wants to hang out with.  All activities, events, jobs, schools, and societal rules are geared towards extroverts. Making us as introverts feel like we are just a burden, and an…

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INFJs Let Their Perfectionist Nature Hold Them Back From Living Complete Lives

I am an INFJ, and I know that I have an elephant in my room. I don’t like talking about it with others, of course, but more than that, I don’t like talking about it with myself. In fact, I make up stories to hide this elephant, every time it comes up in everyday situations. I hate making mistakes. I am an idealistic perfectionist, which means that unless conditions are absolutely perfect, I do not make a single move in…

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Introverts May Appear Closer To Extroverts At Certain Times

One of the main things that irked me about being an introvert for the longest time was that if I displayed even a smidgeon of extrovertedness, everyone started looking at me like I had grown two heads.  But more than that, when I started off with new acquaintances, being extroverted, when I went back to being an introvert, I started receiving all of this flak about deceiving people.  I didn’t make you believe anything – I am just being myself,…

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