14 Truths About Being an Introvert (That Mainly Introverts Will Understand)
For all you introverts out there like myself, perhaps you might find some or all of these truths to ring in for you, as I do.
As Laura shares, if you find peace with yourself, introvert or extrovert, you’ll find peace in your life in any situation.
I no longer find it a challenge to be an introvert because I’ve embraced it fully and unconditionally, without apologizing for knowing myself and loving who that is. In fact a lot of people don’t believe I am an introvert, which I think happens when we own our truth and our power within that truth. That creates a presence people will recognize and feel, despite your being an introvert or extrovert.
It also then transcends the need for labels and definitions, as we just are who we are at that point and embrace others with the same unconditional acceptance.
As Eckhart Tolle shares, “You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level.”
And then I’d add, loving who you are with all of your heart. ❤
The holiday season presents so many challenges to introverts. From the idea that one never feels more alone than in a highly connected crowd that doesn’t resonate … to the fact that each of us has at least a tiny introverted part that can feel overwhelmed or excluded by all the holiday parties and obligations … we will find more peace when we make peace with ourselves. This article has been making the rounds online, but I thought I’d post here, because I know so many clients and blog readers are self described introverts.
In her book “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking“, Susan Cain illustrates how today’s world has created an Extrovert culture; the ideal is to be sociable, loud, bold, and it is so because it resonates…
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