Introversion is a word derived from two Latin words: "intro", which means inward/inside and "vertere" which means to turn. From the very origin of the word introversion, we can conclude a lot about introverted people. However, this is only the tip of the iceberg as far as introverted people, their strengths, and weaknesses. If you believe that you or someone close to you is an introvert, this book will help you discover plenty of information on how introverts think, behave, and how they can improve their social life, love life and their success at work.
This was created by an introverted person who probably best understands people like herself. You will find advice on how to increase your self-confidence, improve your friendly or loving relationships, but most of all, how to properly understand and accept the introverted person.
There are also tips on how to raise an introverted child and how to make the most of your introspective and analytical nature if you are introverted. Listen to The Introvert: The Art of Silence to learn how to successfully communicate with the opposite sex, friends, and business associates. Tips represented in this book are based both on personal experience and on the advice of experts and psychologists.
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