You know how it is when you find an old outfit in your closet and you wonder if it fits, or even if it’s still in style?
I do that with ideas sometimes.
Back in the early-to-mid-90s, I had a big discovery about Jung and Introversion. This was back before Introversion was cool. I read about it, I talked about it, and I even lead an online group discussion about it. Then I wrote a few web pages on what I understood about the topic: a few short, simple — and from what some people tell me — clearly written pages.
I’m dragging them out now to see if they still fit.
So here they are.
And I’d like to add a few notes about these pages.
- These pages were left precisely as I wrote and designed them in the 90s, so don’t expect pretty.
- At the time I created these pages, I had not studied in-depth the trait of High Sensitivity, but I was aware that Introversion and High Sensitivity were not the same thing. Still, if 70% Highly Sensitive People are Introverts, I figured it might be relevant enough for a significant number of introverts in my audience. Therefore, High Sensitivity info is here. And it’s clearly listed as a separate subject. This is exactly how they were in my 90’s website. This hasn’t changed.
- I can see now that there are aspects that could use more explanation and discussion. A lot more research has been done since those old days. And nowadays, there are so many ideas about introversion out there that there are sure to be heated disagreements about them. But I’m not seeing anything in my old pages that is blatantly or dangerously wrong.
So here’s where you come in.
I don’t want to inadvertently mislead anyone about this topic. So if you see something factually wrong in these pages, I would very much appreciate hearing from you by email. Please send me a description of where the error is on the page, the reason it’s wrong and the correct information that should go there.
I can’t guarantee that the information will be changed to your specifications, but it could open a good conversation that can lead to a better website. (And to warn you in advance, lecturing or snark won’t get the best response from me.)
So thank you in advance!