I received a KINDLE Edition of this book through a giveaway on LibraryThing and the following is my honest opinion.
Introverts tend to live in a world of their own, while looking at those around them continuously interacting with each other. They wish they could interact along with them, but feeling secure in the way they are, they can’t.
The thing is, I feel comfortable being an introvert which why I love to write book reviews and have people love reading them. And when they contact me, I allow the extrovert in me to take over and to interact freely with them.
If you follow the book chapter by chapter, and answer all the exercises honestly, by the book’s end you should be able to begin to embrace the richness of you are actually are, and perhaps start cracking the eggshell which has encapsulated you all of these years. I know I’m now slowly beginning to allow this to happen.
After reading this book I not only feel it will benefit introverts, it should be read by the extroverts so they might be able to better understand their introverted friends.
So allowing my introverted self to write this review, I eagerly giving this book 5 STARS for all the possibilities it might create.