Fives Ways I Can Relate To Eva Green

It feels a little strange to write about a person you don't know and have never met, and the only way I feel that I can relate to Eva is from her films and interviews. I adore Eva as an actress, and I admire her in being so unashamedly herself and playing such interesting roles. … Continue reading Fives Ways I Can Relate To Eva Green

The Difference Between Shyness And Introversion

As I stood there during a children's play in a snail costume, it was the first time I had spoke (and sung) out loud with the other children. During kindergarten and the early years of primary school I rarely spoke, and was extremely quiet. You can guess that my school reports from the age of … Continue reading The Difference Between Shyness And Introversion

I’m Not Shy, I’m An Introvert

When I was younger, I was painfully shy. At home, I was energetic and laughed as loudly as a child does. However, as I grew older I knew that in order to communicate with other people, I needed to be polite and speak to others. Even as a teenager now, I still have moments when … Continue reading I’m Not Shy, I’m An Introvert

The Myths About Introverts That Aren’t True

There naturally comes stereotypes, misunderstandings and assumptions of the behaviour of different personality types. There's no doubt that Introverts and Extroverts have their fair share of myths that simply aren't true, because -either - they're generalised or because we're all different. However, there are quite a few common myths about introverts, that I'm sure my fellow introverts … Continue reading The Myths About Introverts That Aren’t True