Table of Contents

A Kingdom For the Introvert

Introverts

Why Are Such A High Proportion of Gifted People Introverted?

Introverts: Creatures of the Night

One Who Is Subtle

The Dumb and Silent Type

The Blank Exterior

The Introvert As An Observer

Introverts and Travel

The Social Introvert

Introverts, Money, and Employment

Introversion: An Advantage In Teaching

Extrovert

One Who Is Loud

Extrovert ‘Reality’

Introvert Survival: Handling Extrovert Interrogations

Can Extroverts Be Beaten At Their Own Game?

Extrovert Malfunction in Foreign Societies

The Social Ineptitude of the Extroverted

Extroverts vs. Introverts: Survival of the Fittest

Extroverts and the Concept of ‘Deserval’

Introverts Misunderstood: as Serial Killers/Mentally Ill/Weaklings…

The Myth of Introvert Sociopathy

Introvert vs. Extrovert: Mental Health

The Myth of Introvert Weakness

Extroverts Vs. Introverts: Survival of the Fittest

Being Different vs. Being Original

Introversion and Schizoid Traits

Introverts, Aspberger’s, Autism

Loneliness and Isolation

The Ommitted Need (Unfulfillment of the Need for touch)

Survival In The Void
(How to stay mentally sound in isolation)

Survival In the Void: Listening to the Body

Why A True Introvert Will Never Change

Introverts: Denizens of A Social Ghetto

Sound Familiar?

The Mark of Cain

Friendship/Social Relationships

Friendship for Extroverts and Introverts

The Albatross

The Listener Test

Introvert Survival:  Handling Extrovert Interrogations

I Hate Cold Calling

Books, Music, Arts, Entertainment

the Subtle sense of humor

Music Preference in Introverts and Extroverts

The Role of Reading for Introverts and Extroverts

Thoreau The Introvert

Introvert Hobbies

Introverts vs. Extroverts: Learning

Extrovert Critic: You Read Too Much

Introverts vs. Extroverts: Learning

Exercise and Sports

Introverts and Sports

Introverts, Extroverts, and Exercise

Sports Do Not Belong In Schools

Mass Society and the Introvert

Extrovert Success and the Introvert

The Grading Card

The Purpose of An Introvert Civilization

Introvert Survival: Reducing Your Profile

Social Immunity

Introverts, Social Loyalty, and Social Immunity

Symptoms of A Loud Society

The False Choice of Participation

The Rulers of Celephais

Social Choreography

Absolution

The Insanity of Defining the Self By Society

Life After Mass Society?

Negative Charisma

On the Nature Of Societies

Fracture

Unity Without Uniformity

Unity Without Uniformity: The Implications of Wikis

The Tragedy of the Lords

Friction of Association and Social Selectivity

The Irony of Modern Individualism

Founding Posts

The First

Form and Substance

The Worlds of Sun and Moon

The Moonlit Path

Seldomly Asked Questions

Nerds

Why Introverted Nerds Like Fantasy and Sci-Fi

The Anthropology of Nerd Societies: Formation of New Group Identities Within Industrial Civilization

Video Games Are High Art and a Beneficial Addition to Society

Nerd Themed cafepress site

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Parodies

Men/Women

Women Introverts

Introvert Males and the Girl Conundrum

Introverts and Prostitutes

The False Glamor of Pickup Culture

Extrovert Critic:  “You’ll Never Get Laid If You…”

12 responses to “Table of Contents

  1. For a long time, I have wondered why I write, think, and feel as I do–and why it seems discordant with the rest of the world. With some recent and long overdue insight into what introversion truly means, I have only just begun to understand.

    From the few articles I have read, I can tell that your thought patterns are not unlike mine. Much of your writing even resembles mine–although you have developed your introverted mind and ideas much more than I have.

    I suspect I will find further insight as I read more of your writings and I thank you in advance.

  2. You have no idea how comforted I am as a fellow introvert who has suffered her lot in life to have found this site.

    Thank you so much for writing it, I look forward to reading more of your entries.

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  4. I really enjoy and appreciate your work and I have shared it with a small online introvert support community. The feedback had been just as positive.

    I doubt that I have it as hard as I believe, I mean I have friends and even a new girlfriend who seems to understand, but you have taken a huge weight off my shoulders. I feel like Im 11 years old again and figuring out that there is no god. My whole life I wanted to be Loud. Now Im comfortable being me

  5. Thank you very much for your website. I always thought there’s something wrong with me but after reading your articles i realized that i’m perfectly normal and don’t have to change at all. I feel very relieved now.

  6. You’re welcome. I wrote this blog because I grew up with a nameless stigma. Nothing in the orthodox social discourse even remotely touched on my personal circumstances and issues. Nothing about me was part of my society’s narrative. I was a nothing.
    That gaping uncertainty that’s completely unexplained….that’s the very worst part.
    I know much too well what that’s like and you will find me very happy if I’ve helped a kindred spirit.

  7. All I can say is i’m amazed. When I first started reading I was only mildly intrigued but as I got more into it, I was shocked at how well your descriptions jived with how I feel on a daily basis. I have done some reading on introversion and though some of what I saw clicked with me, It was all so generalized I couldn’t really get into it. Almost everything you have said summed up what iv’e wanted badly to put into words for so long. I can’t thank you enough :)

  8. I am amazed at how easy it is for me to post here compared to how difficult I find it to post anything to my actual friends on facebook. Thanks to everyone for your thoughtful posts.

  9. I have been reading this blog (and your other ones) for a few months now and I am happy that I found it. Your posts explain many of my thoughts and circumstances so well. Now as a high school junior, life has been getting stranger as the years go by. I look back on the days when we were all small kids and everything was just more natural. The social scene was much more simplistic and “user friendly”. But that all ends around the time we hit 4th or 5th grade. That’s when the distinction between the surface world and the void becomes clear. The competitive social life began and I struggled to find commonality amongst my peers as most became attached to “reality”. My journey down the moonlit path had truly begun. Soon after joining a new organization or activity my social standings and background became clear and there would always be those people who took advantage of it. For the most part, I end up a loner wherever I go. Music and physical activity, things that I had already enjoyed, have become remedies to get all my emotions out. In the past few years I have luckily made a few friends whom I currently don’t see often and whom I still communicate with, but my struggles still continue. It’s very difficult to find people that I can bond with and I’m almost starting to feel a bit helpless.

    It’s been nice reading about your experiences, thanks.

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