This post is inspired by a "customer" success story. Dr. Kerisa Myers read my blog, and it affected and helped her in a real life situation. Talk a little bit about what you have learned about yourself/introversion a from this blog. "It was very interesting to read and hear about perspectives on this topic and… Continue reading Success Story: Dr Kerisa Myers-An Introvert Taking Control of an Uncomfortable Situation.
An Interview with Professor Cynthia Beach of Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. In this interview, Professor Beach talks about her journey as an Introvert and a Professor. https://youtu.be/XOecHHOl5Sg P.S. Professor Beach is my advisor, professor, and mentor. Her steady quiet confidence and love for people continues to astound me. I aspire to be more like… Continue reading How to Handle Being an Introvert and a Teacher/Professor
A Trailer This is a trailer for my upcoming interview with Professor Cynthia Beach. She will be telling us about how she handles introversion and teaching. https://youtu.be/wQVkjahkfPc Special thanks to the class I bothered for this video, and professor Beach for allowing me to interview her. This is my first ever video creation so feedback… Continue reading Being a Professor and an Introvert: How does she do it? Full Interview Coming soon!
Do you need a crunchy chocolatey snack? Have you ever had Muddie Buddies (AKA Puppy Chow)? I have decided to add a "Treat Yourself" category to my blog. Everyone, introverts especially, need to spend time taking care of themselves (emotionally and physically). For example, if you need chocolate go find chocolate. Even if you have… Continue reading Treat Yourself: A recipe for an “I need chocolate” moment.
Why name a category Introvertigo? What does Introvertigo mean? Have you been wondering this? If you have, then you have come to the right post! In this post, I will try to explain my thought process behind choosing this title. Urban dictionary defines Introvertigo: "The dizziness and disorientation felt by an introvert after spending more than… Continue reading Introvertigo Definition
Due to the loner personality of most (not all) introverts, family relationships are very important. Personally, I struggle with putting up walls way too high. People have trouble breaking them down and most (sadly) give up. I am then left with the question: “What is wrong with me?” When in reality (I see now), I… Continue reading Introverts and Family: Sister Socks!
"I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order." -John Burroughs Nature, for me, is one of my favorite ways to recharge. I need to recharge when I am feeling hemmed in on every side by people, noises, and intoxicating smells of the city. I feel bogged… Continue reading A Party for One: Recharging in Nature
Some of you might be thinking, "What? I would never be able to go to a movie alone. That's sad." Others would say, "Yeah! I go to the movies all the time alone." Wherever you fall on the spectrum, going to the movies alone can be cozy, relaxing, and a good recharge activity for introverts.… Continue reading A Party for One: Going to the Movies Alone
You like to be alone. Don’t feel guilty. In order to begin the acceptance process, it is important to realize that the desire to be alone does not mean something is wrong with you (a relief right?). Think of it like when you are out (introverts do go out), you begin with full battery-life. Each… Continue reading 3 Ways to Begin Accepting You are an Introvert