2. Introspection is Key
Introverts tend to spend a lot of time in their own heads, which can be good and bad. But it allows for a lot of space for self-reflection and looking at situations from a healthy point of view in the absence of others.
“While many people avoid looking at their problems, letting them fester and become toxic for them, an introvert can take the time to listen to themselves and perhaps find solutions,” explains Learning-Mind.com.