My fellow Introverts; I have a suggestion for you. Write it down; “it” being all of your thoughts and feelings. There are so many times our introversion can be overwhelming even if it is just in our head. When you write it down (or type) it will help the thoughts to solidify into something with which you can possibly work.
Not only am I an Introvert; I also suffer from anxiety and PTSD. I’m a triple threat; what are you? Although I often fall off track, journaling has helped a great deal because it is always there and will never let you down. I roam around my home and find old journals, large and small waiting on me to come back to them. Sighting them evokes guilt in my negligence of them.
As I type this entry I reflect back to my childhood in which I obsessed with books and loved to write on the empty pages always at the back of the book. If you are a child of the late 60’s, you know that writing in a book meant you were a rule breaker. Are you a rule breaker? I was and I still am. My journaling has now taken on a public reign now that I’m breaking the rules of silence by sharing parts of me.