Life

Life

By Jennifer Granneman

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12 New Year’s Resolutions for Introverts

Will you assert your quiet this upcoming year?

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Life

By Lindsay Hood

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Small Talk & Escape Plans: A Holiday Survival Guide

When a teensy white lie is okay.

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Life

By Neil Pasricha

How Do You Maximize Your Tiny, Short Life?

Welcome to the first ever TED Listen.

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Life

By Derek Walter

Brain and DNA

How Neurobiology Shapes Your Introversion—and How It Doesn’t

Being “born that way” is not a curse.

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Life

By Jennifer Mattern

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The Grumpy Introvert on When to Stay Quiet and When to Get Mouthy

How to rise up without giving someone a black eye.

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Life

By Quiet Revolution

Tap Into Your Creativity for Quiet Revolution’s Art Challenge

Our manifesto, your art!

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Life

By Lindsay Hood

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How to Balance Caring for Yourself and Others

Do you know when it’s your turn to exhale?

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Life

By Jennifer Mattern

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I’M LISTENING, STOP LOOKING AT ME: Grumpy’s Reflection on Craving Connection

What’s “it” and how do you find it?

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Life

By Daisy Swan

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How To Keep Your Mind Steady Under Stress

In the busy swirl of life, it can be very hard to achieve what is known as equanimity. Steadiness of mind isn’t easy when all…

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Life

By Adam McHugh

Seasons of the Soul

Find your rhythm—like nature does.

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Life

By Ellen Hendriksen

Red bottles

Hope in a Bottle: The Link Between Alcohol and Social Anxiety

Turns out that alcohol is a faux friend for the socially anxious. Here’s why.

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Life

By Mary Ellen Van Buskirk

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Still Life: Seasons

Rejuvenate yourself in just a few moments.

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Life

By Mary Yockey

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Read, Create, and Share

It was a steamy day in August when a colleague and I stopped to chat in the parking lot.

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Life

By Paula Chu, Ph.D.

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Kites, Ice Cream,
and Hot Tea

Your playing small does not serve the world. – Marianne Williamson When I first read this declaration 20 or 30 years ago, it chagrined me…

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