Number of page: 320
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
LibraryThing Review This book has wonderful chapters like ‘Alone is not a four letter word’, ‘A room of your own’, ‘The time to think’ and ‘The anti-party guide.’ The author is a psychologist and an introvert.
LibraryThing Review This book could not be more spot-on. It is accurate, funny, warm and detailed. I much appreciated the encouragement and positivity within this book. As a fellow introvert myself I loved the
LibraryThing Review Empowering indeed. This handbook for the introverted MAJORITY among us doesn’t necessarily break any new ground, but it doesn’t need to. It compiles thoughts and perspectives on the advantages to
LibraryThing Review granted, i may be biased in my full 5 star rating, but i really loved this book mostly b/c i could relate to it and see that others feel the same way. i wouldn’t say that i agreed 100% with
LibraryThing Review As an avowed introvert, the book appealed to me. Scientific evidence is slim, and we end up with primarily a self help book intending to make you feel good if you are an introvert. Don’t chagrin it
LibraryThing Review This is a very insightful and empowering read for an introvert (and it would probably be an enlightening one for the extroverts who are close to us). I was relieved to see myself in several of the
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Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life Is Your Hidden Strength In a society where extroversion is valued, those who gain energy through solitude and reflection are seen as problematic. Introvert and author Helgoe (The Boomer’s Guide to Dating (Again)) reveals the