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Even Extroverts Need a Break

Those of us who are introverts can get annoyed with extroverts sometimes. Even those extroverts that we count among our friends can get to us. Their need to always be talking. Always moving. Their seeming inability to understand our needs and desires. A frequent lack of empathy for our way of processing the world. Their …

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Introverts and Extroverts: Ten Dating Tips

Dating, and expressing interest in someone can be a tricky, depressing business for anyone. Yet I feel bold enough to declare that it is easier for extroverts than it is for introverts in most cases. An extrovert’s gregarious, energetic nature lends itself well to the way the dating scene works these days. At least with other …

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What Interruption?

I am an introvert, but I have my extroverted moments.  Remember that there is in everyone a bit of their opposite temperament. I am no exception. Sometimes my extroverted moments do come naturally, I swear.  At other times I need to manufacture such moments. There is a limit of course, because despite what anybody tells you, true …

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If Introverts Spoke Like Extroverts

As most people know, for extroverts the act of thinking and the act of speaking are very much intertwined. The moment their brain conceives it is usually the moment they say it. And if both they (and you) are lucky, all of that talk leads to the bull’s eye of the conversation or question. Eventually. Introverts of course tend to …

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