~Review by Leah Krotz
IIntroverts comprise from one-third to one-half of the U.S. population, but are often made to feel there is something wrong with not comforming to the "extravert ideal" which has become prevalent in schools, businesses and social settings. The author of this book feels that introverts and extroverts have much to learn from each other, and that introverts can bring great depth, creativity, problem-solving ability, and sensitivity to our culture. Parents, teachers, managers (and everyone else) can learn much from this book about tapping into the potential of each unique individual. A very interesting read!
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