Why is it so wrong for an introvert to point out loud someone is? Come on, everyone has experienced a Noisy Extrovert Motor-Mouth. - Hey there excuse me but could you: (1. Lower your talking volume, I can hear you from the other side of the room! (2. Stop talking for long enough, allow me to speak up & share in the conversation!… When I do speak up, you've gotta hush up. Please. And thank you.
What Is an Introvert? An In-Depth Explanation - Introvert Spring
I never realized how much of an introvert I really am until recently. When I read descriptions like these, I can't believe how well I relate. It's like someone opened my brain and took incredible notes of what they saw!
BuzzFeed Life's assistant health editor Anna Borges created a series of graphs any introvert can relate to. There are pie charts depicting how truly wonderful it is to have a vivid inner world, unwavering sense of self, and top-notch listening skills. Through her bar graphs, Borges conveys some of the stereotypes introverts face, along with the real-life dilemmas many encounter on a daily basis. And, through her line graphs, which are downright hilarious (and accurate), she adds a healthy…
5. “There is a tremendous difference between alone and lonely. You could be lonely in a group of people. I like being alone. I like eating by myself. I go home at night and just watch a movie or hang out with my dog. I have to exert myself and really say, oh God, I’ve got to see my friends because I’m too content by myself.” ~ Drew Barrymore