In this podcast, Eric Fisher, an Addiction Counselor at Edgewood Health Network, talks about his process of discovering he was an introvert and how he went from being exhausted from trying to be extroverted to claiming his introversion and building a life that better suits his quiet, empathic nature. Near the end of the interview, he offers a great metaphor on how the wish to be extroverted is a thief. I love this metaphor.
To learn more information about the services offered at Edgewood Health Network, they can be found at https://edgewoodhealthnetwork.com/.
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