Affirmations for Introverts | Psychology Today

  • Just because I’m quiet doesn’t mean I have nothing to say.
  • Staying home is doing something.
  • Managing my energy is a favor to myself and everyone around me.
  • I like who I like and that’s my right.
  • There’s nothing wrong with saying “no.”
  • I can love other people and still not be responsible for their good time. (Variation on a theme.)
  • Listening to bores is not my job.
  • Parties are supposed to be fun. When I stop having fun, it’s OK to leave.
  • My presence is a gift, not a requirement.
  • I know what I need better than anyone else.
  • Putting on my dog-and-pony show is optional. (This is a biggie for me. And what a relief!)

What works for you? 

If you’re an introvert like me, the entire piece is worth a read. Click on the link above.

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