Common perception holds that introverts are inferior to extroverts. As recently as 2010, the American Psychiatric Association even considered classifying “introverted personality” as a disorder by listing it in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5), a manual used to diagnose mental illness.
Is this true?
Please join Rabbi Jacobson as he analyzes the personality of the introvert. Learn what defines an introvert and about different types of introverts. Discover surprising benefits and advantages of introverts over extroverts, and how each of us have an introvert within — and how accessing it can transform your life and relationships for the better.
Thank you once again. Wonderful teaching!!! Bless You Rabbi
Wrote an article about my personal experience. Enjoy Reading.
Rabbi,your teachings are so amazing and have answered a lot of perplexing questions that i had and arise from day to day.You are an inspiration to me. I am a believer in the Messiah as YAHUSHUA AND THE TORAH.I may not be classified as a “Jew”by some but am certain that i belong to one of the tribes of Yisrael.May the GREAT ONE bless u and your work.