For many of us, being in our 30s means we’re finally getting to know ourselves, and even appreciate what makes us unique. Part of that process for me is coming to understand my need to recharge by myself, one of the top characteristics of introverts. According to the Myers-Briggs personality profiles, I’m an INTJ, a rare type for women (but, interestingly, not a rare type for women bloggers/writers).
As I’ve learn learn more about what Susan Cain calls the power of introverts, I’ve written on the topic to help others like myself. I write especially from the context of being a pastor’s wife, who wants to gain as much as possible from my recharging time so I’m able to give attention and energy to my family and church.
Popular posts for introverts:
- 5 Questions to Ask to Make Conversation Last Longer, Go Deeper
- Hospitality Tips for the Introvert Wife with an Extrovert Husband
- Ingredients for an Introvert Self-Care Day
- Could 2014 Be the Year of the Introvert?