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introverted

(ĭn′trə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Characterized by interest in or preoccupation with oneself or one's own thoughts as opposed to others or the environment; shy or reserved.
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In other words, the principles we use in our everyday lives to coexist in harmony are the same principles that must be used to bring about harmony in churches so that introverted and extraverted personalities can come together to worship and enjoy fellowship without great exoduses taking place.
Teach introverted children that they can take breaks from social situations if they feel overwhelmed or tired.
Is there a significant difference between EFL extroverted students and their introverted peers in terms of their IELTS speaking achievement?
This one I learned from watching my introverted dog, Ginger," says career coach Beth Buelow, whose website is The Introvert Entrepreneur.
If we can model communication skills, teach new ways of thinking and encourage new ways of behaving, we might help our introverted clients achieve sobriety, serenity, and even some new friends.
A new analysis has found that mothers who are more extroverted and less anxious are more likely to breastfeed and to continue to breastfeed than mothers who are introverted or anxious.
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THE INTROVERTED LEADER; BUILDING ON YOUR QUIET STRENGTH highlights the common challenges introverts face at work and offers a four-step specific program to handle work challenges ranging from public speaking to managing co-workers.
Although introverted and extroverted personality types have been identified in studies as significant factors in other areas of educational and psychological research, they have received only sporadic attention in studies of languagelearning strategies, which are very often associated with success in language learning.
If you're an extroverted type of person (and many salespeople are), but your employees are introverted types, you may make the mistake of thinking that they are capable of adapting their behavior to fit your extroverted behavioral style.