Tag: Discrimination

Successful Despite Introversion

The other day I did an internet search for prominent introverts. Just curious. No particular reason. The results surprised me. Not the introverts themselves, but the slant of so many of the articles. They each expressed a version of the following: people who are prominent/successful/wealthy, etc., despite the fact that they’re introverts. Despite. Love that. … Continue reading Successful Despite Introversion

Free to Discriminate?

What prompted me to start this journal? Perhaps a thousand little things over the years, all slowly aggregating, but the catalyst came recently while I attended a wedding. At the reception my husband and I were talking with another couple whom we'd only just met. They seemed pleasant enough. We were chatting. Then the woman … Continue reading Free to Discriminate?