The Science Behind Why Introverts Struggle to Put Their Thoughts Into Words - Deepstash
The Science Behind Why Introverts Struggle to Put Their Thoughts Into Words

The Science Behind Why Introverts Struggle to Put Their Thoughts Into Words

Curated from: introvertdear.com

Ideas, facts & insights covering these topics:

4 ideas

·

1.31K reads

20

Explore the World's Best Ideas

Join today and uncover 100+ curated journeys from 50+ topics. Unlock access to our mobile app with extensive features.

Being Unable To Articulate Your Thoughts

Being Unable To Articulate Your Thoughts

  • Many introverts face difficulty in being able to articulate what is in their minds into words.
  • Introverts process information in a much deeper way, trying to think of the exact word, and this prolonged word-retrieval exercise makes them ‘freeze’.
  • Introverts like to chew on ideas and are not vocal about their deep, inner thoughts.

45

503 reads

Long-Term Memory Vs Short-Term Memory

Long-Term Memory Vs Short-Term Memory

Like in a computer hard disk, information that is retained for long periods of time is in our long-term memory and is not easy to recall reflexively, as it is outside our conscious awareness.

Our short-term memory (also called working memory or active memory) is smaller in size and recalls information in an instant.

Introverts seem to favor long-term memory over short-term memory.

34

269 reads

Writing And Introverts

Writing And Introverts

Due to the way their brains are wired, introverts make great writers, able to express themselves in a more comfortable and relaxed manner, as they take their own time to build a great story or narrative.

Many introverts prefer text messages or email over phone calls and are great at journaling and blogging.

35

281 reads

When The Mind Goes Blank

When The Mind Goes Blank

Stress, anxiety and any sort of pressure to divulge, recall or remember certain information can be a mental lock, interfering with memory.

When your mind goes blank, one can try the following:

  1. Be calm and relaxed, practicing quietness for a few moments.
  2. Buy yourself some time.
  3. Let your mind wander and naturally unlock your memory in a relaxed manner.
  4. Do not feel embarrassed and tell the person that you will get back to them by text or email, as you are engrossed in something else right now.

37

259 reads

IDEAS CURATED BY

curatedforyou

Curating the best for you.

Curated™ for You's ideas are part of this journey:

Managing Work Stress

Learn more about communication with this collection

Ways to improve productivity

Strategies for reducing stress

Tips for managing email overload

Related collections

Read & Learn

20x Faster

without
deepstash

with
deepstash

with

deepstash

Personalized microlearning

100+ Learning Journeys

Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.

Email

I agree to receive email updates