Blessed are the Introverts by Mark Stucky

Blessed are the Introverts

By Mark Stucky

  • Release Date: 2010-12-01
  • Genre: Psychology
Score: 3.5
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Description

Introverts and extroverts often just don't comprehend each other. Assuming everyone functions with the same psychological engine, however, causes misunderstandings. Diesel engines don't run on gasoline, and introverts operate differently than extroverts. This humorous article examines some of the differences between the two personality types.

Reviews

  • Adorable

    4
    By Tigerlily T
    This is a light-hearted pamphlet comparing two polar personality types. It's a quick, entertaining read.
  • Blessed are the Introverts.

    5
    By Crawfishe
    Loved it. I may carry my ipad with me so I can have extroverts who are trying to “help” be more “animated" read this - easier than talking to them about it. I am going to have my introverted grandson read it, so he can understand he is fine as he was created.
  • Introverts un-unite!

    5
    By PlatypusDawg
    Pretty great. This essay offers really good PERSPECTIVE!
  • Helpful.

    4
    By Alexi24
    Nice short read.
  • Blessed are the Introverts

    3
    By Akeesha Stibbins
    I mean it's ok....I would have liked to go deeper into how introverts and extroverts view the world but the overview definitely gave me some insight.
  • Love being an introvert

    4
    By Edog0415
    I thoroughly enjoyed this reading. I am so happy to have been able to explore my own introvert personality
  • Short Sweet & to the Point

    4
    By AnimalRescueAdvocate
    Probably the only thing I would add is introverts share their inner feelings/thoughts with very few. And that when an introvert deals with an extrovert they need to know they are one of many, not necessarily special and that their words/being will be shared with others.
  • Totally true

    5
    By A.k.a.a
    Wish it were longer but great read nonetheless.

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