Nita Jain

I consider myself an introvert but definitely wouldn't identify as shy. Introverts aren't shrinking violets but people who prefer a certain degree of solitude in order to pursue purposeful, creative work.

Introverts aren't distinguished by a lack of confidence but the need to have time alone in order to recharge their batteries.

Susan Cain's Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking does a fantastic job dispelling common myths about introversion.

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This made me so nostalgic! Epistolary correspondence really is a lost-art form. I used to write long-form letters to my friends and peers during my formative years through college. Can't recall the last time I penned a proper letter now. Good impetus to restart the habit!

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Nita Jain

Nita Jain

Health consultant, researcher, scicommer | Editor of Medical Myths & Models and poems from the pandemic | nitajain.substack.com