Life is already a challenging thing to navigate, but as an introvert, it can be overwhelming, and sometimes downright unpleasant to interact with extroverts and other people in general. You’re hyper-aware of the micro-expressions on a face or the subtle change in someone’s tone. A sudden drop in a conversation makes you wonder if you’ve done something wrong, and you keep thinking about it for hours, even days later.
Discovering Your Core Self
Discovering your core self helps you uncover what holds you back and what drives you to move forward. You become clear and confident in your goals and actions.
Have you ever heard that there are 9 personality types? This is a common understanding of the enneagram, although you may not know it’s name as so. The enneagram of personality is a system for seeing the motivation behind human behavior. It helps us learn our values, desires, and motivations—and how that informs our actions and reactions. For instance, knowing the enneagram personality types can help with social anxiety and bottled up emotions.