A Highly Sensitive Man

Years ago, when I read Elaine Aron's The Highly Sensitive Person, I could recognize the HSP people around me with the innate ability to sense, revel in, or be overwhelmed by their external and internal worlds. These folks (I'm not one) are the best cooks, among the most creative artists in any field, and make

By |2013-03-09T16:09:38-08:00March 9th, 2013|1 Comment

Temperament and Genetics

At my third day of a family celebration, I've been watching the genetic trends in my extended family. There is much discussion of who looks like whom. Two Asian mothers in this primarily Eastern-European Jewish family have added some gorgeous, great kids. I've been watching temperament. First I noticed that most introverts are married to

By |2011-07-03T08:58:04-07:00July 3rd, 2011|Comments Off on Temperament and Genetics

Three Articles for Introverts

These articles refute the myths that introverts are anti-social, shy, and wimpy. My resident introvert husband endorses both of them. Carl King's review of The Introvert Advantage (How To Thrive in an Extrovert World), by Marti Laney, Psy.D. called 10 Myths about Introverts. A funnier, snide 2003 Atlantic Article by Johnathon Rauch called Caring For Your Introvert.

By |2011-06-22T15:26:07-07:00June 22nd, 2011|Comments Off on Three Articles for Introverts
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