Introverts and Relationships:
The Quiet Rise of Introverts: 8 Practices for Living and Loving in a Noisy World is a guide to help tenderhearted and introverted individuals grow and nurture their peace, purpose, and relationships. Through personal examples, scientific studies and real action steps, Quiet Rise will help sensitive individuals build personal and social resilience. Author and personal coach Brenda Knowles, presents 8 unique practices to help readers learn they are not alone or flawed in their sensitivity and introversion and that they are capable of creating and maintaining secure, loving relationships.
Incorporating the 8 Practices into your life yields:
- A calmer sense of self
- A deeper understanding of mental and physical self-care
- An understanding of the purpose of conflict
- Growth in relationship responsiveness
- The secrets to healing every day
The Quiet Rise of Introverts is available now. Available in print and Kindle versions.
The Quiet Rise of Introverts is my story. It’s about learning to know and accept your introverted nature and how to move through life without losing energy and fighting emotions. It is not about making an introvert into an extrovert. It’s about learning how to be sensitive and real while in loving relationships.
I grew up with a beautiful extroverted sister who felt like my competitor for much of my childhood. We did not support each other. We were in conflict a lot. The subsequent wounds from that relationship lasted decades for both of us. We finally learned how to appreciate and be there for each other. I want that kind of appreciation and support for you.
As someone who has went through divorce and is now raising three teenagers, I am familiar with the trenches of insecurity and conflict. I work every day to rise up and create relationships with greater security, responsiveness and trust.
Through group therapy, psychological and neuroscientific research and supportive relationships, I learned how to build a stronger me and healthier relationships. My hope is that “The Quiet Rise of Introverts: 8 Practices for Living and Loving in a Noisy World” does the same for you.
Here I am reading excerpts from the book at Jenn Granneman’s (of Introvert, Dear) Introvert Unparty: