Podcast – Scientific Differences Between Introverts and Extroverts

Are you an extrovert? Are you an introvert? Or are you somewhere in between? 

Today, I’ll share scientific research behind the differences between extroverts and introverts. I’ll also dispel some of the myths and misconceptions so you can better understand your friends, your kids, your partner, or the people you work with. 

The better we understand the people who we love and care about, the more likely we are to improve those relationships.


You’ll find out:

  • Why parenting today is so different
  • Brain stimulation re: introverts vs extroverts
  • What is an ambivert
  • How/when introverts experience pleasure
  • Why introverts appear to be antisocial (at times)
  • Why it’s crucial to communicate with others how your brain works
  • How the pandemic magnified and exacerbated extroverted/introverted behavior and needs
  • How to shift your extroverted/introverted tendencies
  • How I honor my boundaries/energy per my introverted brain
  • Why it’s our responsibility to find coping techniques to be our best
  • Why you must embrace yourself — whether introvert or extrovert



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