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9 Books All Introverts Need in Their Lives

An introvert: Often finds home in a good book. If that sounds like you, then we have the perfect selection of books for when you need some quiet time to yourself.

1. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Cath Avery is the very definition of an introvert. She prefers to stay home, write fanfiction and read Simon Snow. But if one thing can bring her out of her shell, it’s her new friends and the boy whose obsession with alpacas is surprisingly endearing.Read More
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2. Highly Illogical Behaviour by John Corey Whaley

You don’t get much more introverted than an agoraphobic. Solomon hasn’t left the house in three years, after an embarrassing stunt at school binds him to the one place he feels safe. But Lisa remembers Sol, and she’s determined to ‘fix’ him, whether he knows it or not.Read More
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3. The Martian by Andy Weir

Mark Watney accidentally starts living the life of a loner when he’s abandoned on Mars by his team. But Watney is determined to survive, and is about to prove that life on Mars is possible – if he can get in contact with Earth, that is…Read More
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  1. This is perpetuating old and inaccurate stereotypes of introversion. Introversion doesn’t equal shyness or reticence. It refers to the way a person gets their energy–if you get energized by being with people, you’re an extrovert. If you enjoy but get drained being with a group of people, you’re an introvert. Introverts need time alone to recharge. (This is a very basic definition of introversion/extroversion. Good books with more info are Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain and The Introvert Advantage by Marti Olsen Laney.)

    Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder and has nothing to do with introversion.

    More info here: http://www.quietrev.com/how-neurobiology-shapes-your-introversion-and-how-it-doesnt/

    • Thank you, Kris, for your comments. I was about to do the same. The book you mention (Quiet) is very insightful–every EXTROVERT and introvert should read it!

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