Today I'm telling you about a very interesting book I'm reading called 'Quiet.The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking' by Susan Cain.
It's very interesting, about introverts and extroverts and their different approaches to live and work. We learn about work place psychology and the need for private space, the myth of the value of brainstorming, high-reactive and low-reactive children and a whole lot more. She is able to make this psychology subject both interesting and highly accessible to the lay reader. The blurb on the back of the book reads "For too long, those who are naturally quiet have boon overlooked. The loudest have taken over-even if they have nothing to say". Cain is a writer specialising in psychology non-fiction and shealso has a blog on www.psychologytoday.com .