As introverts, we prefer to have small groups of friends, and we socialize less at big parties and more with a few friends watching Netflix, therefore, it can be difficult to meet new people that understand our introversion. Fortunately there are a few blogging communities that are here to help you better understand yourself and others, and it is a great way to connect with other people just like you.
First up is Susan’s Cain’s quiet revolution…
If you’ve heard anything about introverts then you’ve also heard the name Susan Cain.
Quietrev.com is a blog dedicated to introverts and how they can flourish in a world so focused on extroverts. It offers advice about work, life, and shares stories written by other introverts to help you realize your potential and advantages of being quiet in such a loud world.
Introvert, Dear began as a Facebook page and then became a full blog as the popularity grew.
Its focus is directly on introverts and HSP’s or Highly Sensitive People.
It focuses exclusively on the eight introverted Myers-Briggs types and has articles on anxiety, relationships, self-developments, and many more.
What I like about this blog is that these are real stories written by introverts that share the same worries or stresses as I sometimes do. It’s a very understanding and thoughtful community.
Personality hacker is one I’ve only recently looked into. It is a blog that concentrates on the mental processes of each Myers-Briggs type and how to understand and use them to your advantage.
Whether its work, school, or relationships personality hacker is a blog that delves deep into the types to understand its core functions and how to become a better, happier person no matter what your type is.
If you can think of any other blogs that would benefit introverts please leave a comment below, I’d love to hear your thoughts.