Love & Solitude: The Introvert’s Guide To Navigating Love & Romance In An Increasingly Loud World

by • February 6, 2014 • PsychologyComments (0)3131

Sophia Dembling is currently busy at work on her brand new book entitled Introverts in Love, where she is exploring the world of introverts and their trials, tribulations, and successes with love, romance, and relationships.  In a brand new article written for Psychology Today, Dembling gives us a sneak peek at some of what she’s already written:

“In some ways, introverts are like sponges, soaking up everything happening around us. Because we are such good listeners and sensitive to the vibes of people around us, we are ultra-tuned-in to the needs of others. Like anyone else, we want to be liked and appreciated, but because we are reserved and don’t draw a lot of attention to ourselves, we might sublimate our needs by offering ourselves as sounding boards and use our talent for anticipating others’ needs in order to get the connection we crave.”

You can read the full preview by visiting PsychologyToday.com, as well as purchase Dembling’s first book about introversion,  The Introvert’s Way: Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World.  For more fascinating insight into the world of the introvert you can also watch the following videos related to the work of Susan Cain, and check out Dr. Carmella’s absolutely brilliant “Guide To Understanding The Introverted” at the bottom of the post.  You can also read Jordan Gray’s Top 5 Ways in which your introversion can be used to your enormous advantage in your social and dating life, and how you will fair far better than your extroverted counterparts in your dating and intimate life.  You can read it all by visiting JordanGrayConsulting.com.

SEE ALSO: How Social Media Is Destroying Our Capacity For Solitude
SEE ALSO: The Power Of Solitude: New Research Reveals The Benefits Of Alone Time
SEE ALSO: From Obama To Gates To Einstein: Unlocking The Secrets Of The World’s Most Powerful Introverts

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