The story of an introverted 18 year old girl who lost her mom to cancer

February 12th, 2019

In today's podcast, I share my experience of losing my mom to cancer 30 years ago. I share the struggles that arose for me due to being introverted and how I relied on a few important people to help me through this. I wrap up by sharing some of the issues and some of the strengths that can occur to introverts that are grieving the loss of someone important to them.


Introverts & Self-care: What gets in the way

January 29th, 2019

In today's episode, I discuss why self-care is necessary and barriers that get in the way of actually doing what feels best for us as introverts.


How meditation helps with difficult feelings: Sanjeev Kumar

January 22nd, 2019

In today's podcast, I speak with Sanjeev Kumar, Mindfulness Practitioner & Author. He offers his wisdom on the important role that meditation plays in helping reduce negative feelings such as anger. As introverts, we tend to ruminate when we're upset with someone or ourselves. Meditation can be a powerful tool to help reduce this and make more space for calm and peacefulness. To learn more about Sanjeev and the services he provides, he can be found at:

The power of Introversion and Qigong: Sonja Gosteli

January 16th, 2019

Listen in as I talk with Sonja Gosteli and her love for Qigong. She describes beautifully how this activity can work well for more introverted people. To learn more about Sonja and her work, she can be found at and P.S. I love the calmness of her voice, it soothes my introvert soul.





A Man’s Perspective on: Introversion, Sensitivity, and Meditation

January 8th, 2019

In today's podcast, I speak with Jordan Grose, an introverted, sensitive man. He shares that earlier in life, he avoided emotions and how eventually it came out in anger. He talks about his process of accepting all his feelings and how this has been a positive change. He also adds how the practice and teaching meditation has been helpful in leading a successful life. To learn more about Jordan and the services he offers, he can be found at:


Introverts: Dealing with difficult people at Christmas

December 23rd, 2018

In the last episode of 2018, I share some ways that can be helpful to deal with difficult people at Christmas time. I hope that it's helpful.

In January, I will be talking about self-care for introverts. I would love to hear what you do that works well for you, or the areas where you struggle to take care of yourself. If you would like to share any of this with me, feel free to email me at


Introverts: People Pleasing at Christmas time

December 19th, 2018

In this episode, I share my thoughts and insights into why people pleasing can be difficult for some introverts, and how Christmas can create challenges for those of us that are like this. The episode ends with a few useful tips to help with this.


Introverts: When home doesn’t feel like home

December 12th, 2018

In this episode, I share my thoughts on the experience of home not feeling like home. For some of us, we weren't understood or accepted in our quietness by our family. I discuss why this is a difficult experience and a few ways to take care of yourself, especially at Christmas time.


Introverts Unite on FB

December 11th, 2018

In today's podcast, I talk with Rick Von Linsowe, the creator of The Original Introverts Unite on FB. He shares the benefits he and the members receive from being a member of this group, as well as some struggles that are specific to introverted men. At the end of the interview, he shares some simple steps to take so you can create the connections you are wanting. If you are interested in checking out his group, it can be found at: 


A Conversation with a non-traumatized Introvert

December 4th, 2018

In today's episode, I had the privilege of speaking with Beth Buelow, The Introvert Entrepreneur. Beth shares the experience of growing up 'normal', meaning no trauma of any nature that she had to overcome. She shares how, at times, it presented its own challenges. Take a listen to hear how Beth has succeeded in our extroverted world by listening to what she needed in order to take care of herself. At the end of the interview, she offers some valuable tips on how to move forward if you are feeling stuck and don't know what to do. She also hosts a weekly podcast titled How can I say this. It's a helpful podcast that deals with issues that show up in our relationships.

Beth can be found at and 


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