This book consists of two titles, which are the following:
Book 1: There is no doubt about the fact that introverts are different than extroverts. Although every person has their own unique personality traits, some generalizations can help us gain greater insights in the workings of our brains, and with that understanding, we can function better, feel better, and live better.
The aim of this book is exactly that: Help you understand yourself or the introvert in your life better. In order to accomplish that goal, this guide lists several topics related to shyness, signs of introversion in children, the benefits of being an introvert (very important to know), the difference between being an introvert or being introverted, and false myths that require some clarifications.
Book 2: This guide answers some major questions that introverts have had in the past. And obviously, it will address those concerns in a way that provides new insights and useful information.
Topics include the intimidation factor, even for introverts, as well as finding introverts to talk to, socializing with them, why you can be proud of being an introvert, things extroverts and introverts can learn from each other, and basic interaction skills we all need.
These fascinating topics will help you see the bigger picture.