Introverts love to read, well, most of them, and it is general knowledge. What I can’t understand is, why would you ask someone to stop doing something they love? Especially when that something is as innocent as reading? I can never understand how you think, but I am armed with facts.
It is our innate desire to ponder before committing to anything helps us to avoid uncomfortable situations. You might not believe it probably, but we are not the absolute fans of awkward situations, you see. So planning becomes crucial if we have to be ourselves.
This might sound like a new concept but it is not, World. You have heard about its variants, like the ‘social introvert’ and ‘the outgoing introvert’, ring any bells? No? Well, then there is another word that you might identify, ‘ambivert’.
Dear World, I still remember when I was 12-years-old and we were taught about personality psychology in school. By the end of the class, I had deduced what I was, an introvert! Despite the self-imposed social boundaries, I tried not to let my introversion get in my way. The keyword being tried. I think I […]
These emotional ups and downs aren’t just that, they affect every aspect of the lives of introverts. They affect our view of the world, our relationships with others, our financial situation, and our perception of life and death.