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    Quiet Speaks Loud and Clear

    A must read for everyone. It has made me rethink what we expect from our "Quiet" students.
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    I greatly enjoyed Susan Cain's writing. She provides a lot of excellent points and facts about being introverted and extroverted. As an introvert, I agree with the fact that everyone's constantly pushed to have an extroverted exterior or to hide the fact that you're in introvert. She goes into great detail about this while continuing to express just how important and valuable introverts are. Awesome book!
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    This book taught me very much about myself and others i interact with. Very enlightening and encouraging.
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    Quite informative

    I decided to read this book given that I live with two introverts (my partner and my son) and that I was quite introverted as a child. I liked the book, especially the parts about how an introvert’s brain is wired differently. Very interesting! I wished there were more examples of how to approach specific situations with an introvert, and less comparisons between introverts and extroverts. However, the section about choosing a school for an introvert was good (and timely for me).
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    Entertaining book

    Not surprisingly, I have many of the so called introvert qualities and recognize elements in my personality. I enjoyed most of the chapters and liked the author pointing out ways both businesses and schools could adapt to make the most of these folks. I am sure I will reread parts of this book and look up some of the studies to help me Understand myself and others.
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