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The Introvert Advantage by Marti Olsen Laney
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Sep 03, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: self-help, psychology

The world seems filled with people who are outgoing and friendly. For those of us with an introvert personality type, it can seem a little overwhelming.

Introversion is often treated as a psychological abnormality, but in fact, it is just another personality type. The brain of an introvert is wired differently, which gives basic advantages as well as the apparent disadvantages. This book explains how.

It also goes into details about how to re-energize yourself, and how to stay sane when you simply must be around people past your limit.

If you suspect you may be an introvert, if you feel more comfortable and energized by spending a quiet evening at home, this book will help you understand yourself better. If you suspect someone you love is an introvert, the book is equally valuable.

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