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Introverts Actually Understand People Way Better Than Extroverts Do, Yale Study Shows

Many of us tend to think of personality traits as either good or bad. Being anxious, for instance, is somewhere between unpleasant and debilitating. Extroversion generally helps people enjoy life and get ahead. But studies suggest things aren’t nearly that simple. Almost every “good” trait also has drawbacks, and every “negative” one confers…

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Top Inc.com columnist/ Editor/ Ghostwriter. Book lover. Travel fiend. Nap enthusiast. https://jessicastillman.com/

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