If you’re an introvert, the world around you can often feel overwhelming.
Yes, you enjoy socializing, being with friends, and even being a leader at work — to a point. But when you get overstimulated, you just have to pull back to recharge.
You need more alone time more than your extroverted friends require, and when you hit the wall, you start to feel edgy, irritable, and foggy.
Does this mean there’s something “wrong” with you? Absolutely not! Introversion is a normal and common personality trait, and introverts make profound and valuable contributions in personal and professional settings.
Consider the world-changing contributions of introverts like Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Bill Gates, Rosa Parks, Warren Buffet, Eleanor Roosevelt, J.K. Rowling, and Barak Obama.
Introverts often feel guilty about taking care of their own needs for solitude and self-nurturing, especially when it seems everyone else is wired differently. You try so hard to “fake” your way as an extrovert, but it’s exhausting and unnatural.
That’s why I’ve written my latest book, Self-Care for Introverts: 17 Soothing Rituals for Peace in a Hectic World — to help you optimize and protect your unique gifts and needs as an introvert.
A new view of introversion confirms how valuable this personality type is in work environments, relationships, and society. Practicing self-care is a way of showing respect for yourself so you can be your best for others too.
Self-Care for Introverts leads you on a path to self-awareness of your unique needs and why you must pull back to recharge and restore when your extroverted friends are still going strong.
You’ll be prepared with specific, actionable ideas for taking proper care of your body, mind, and spirit so you can return to work and life with joy and vitality — and enjoy socializing on your terms.
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In this essential handbook for introverts, you learn ideas for:
- Optimizing your unique health needs that are different from extrovert needs.
- Creating your ideal introvert diet for your values and health.
- Pampering your body and psyche to stay balanced and feel renewed.
- Creating soothing spaces at home for recharging.
- Celebrating your creative longings and desire for meaning.
- Managing guilt, rumination, and mental clutter.
- Protecting your time and energy so you aren’t sapped and overwhelmed.
This book is full of action steps and exercises to provide an immediate, positive impact on your mindset and mood. I don’t just tell you what to do. I give you practical, science-backed actions that lead to real and lasting change if practiced regularly.
Is Self-Care for Introverts for You?
This book is for any introvert who . . .
- Wants to better understand (and love) their own unique gifts and needs.
- Desires to regulate their mental, physical, and emotional energy.
- Wants to live in alignment with their values, authentic self, and personal priorities.
- Wants to reduce worry, stress, and overwhelm.
- Desires to improve focus and productivity.
- Would like to become more centered, calm, and emotionally balanced.
- Would like actionable practices that soothe and reenergize you.
Here is the download link for the book: Self-Care for Introverts: 17 Soothing Rituals for Peace in a Hectic World
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