Being an introvert is pretty common, but it doesn't seem like the world was made for us introverts. The list of introvert problems could go on forever: having a 20 minute party tolerance, the chronic fear of interviews, and the dreaded conversation with a stranger (if you wanted to talk to someone on the bus, you wouldn't be staring at whatever inanimate thing you could find.) These are just some of the
situations that introverts have a hard time with. Having an introverted personality can feel like a constant battle for your sanity, or at least some peace and quiet.
What's it like to be an introvert? This list covers some of the daily plagues of being an introvert in an extrovert's world, but there are many more, so add anything not covered here!
The Best Dating Tips for Introverts
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Living in Your Head You are expressive, just usually not to other people. 2
Being Content Alone You know that your life and happiness doesn't depend on constant companionship. 3
Overthinking Most of your interactions play out in your head before they do in real life.
Complex Sometimes you love to socialize, sometimes you want to hide under the bed. It depends. 5
Having Different Priorities It's only 10:00, but there's a really great movie rental at home that you can't watch at the bar. 6
Thought Provoking Spending less time talking means that your mind can wander. 7
Misunderstood There isn't anything wrong with being introverted, but a lot of people don't get it. 8
Difficult to Explain No, you don't dislike people, no, you aren't lonely, no, you're not a hermit. 9
Quiet Silence is a beautiful thing. 10
Having a Small Group of Good Friends It's quality, not quantity. 11
Using the Weekend Differently Sometimes, you need to use the weekend for quality alone time, not more social time. 12
Genuine It's just the way you are, and that's a good thing. 13
Isolating It seemed like you just took a little break. Turns out you haven't spoken in three days. 14
Peaceful No conflict, no social etiquette, no anxiety. Finally! 15
Avoiding the Phone You aren't comfortable ordering pizza, let alone talking to friends on the phone. 16
Rewarding Spending a day by yourself is a great reminder that you are good company! 17
Challenging Sometimes, you just have to do things you aren't comfortable with. Like interviews. 18
Draining Putting your social foot forward for long periods of time is exhausting. 19
Frustrating It's easy to come across as uninterested or rude when you prefer not having constant conversation. 20
Stressful Oh no, you couldn't get out of this party. Quick, find a corner to drink in. 21
Being Patient That chatty man on the bus thinks he's being friendly, but you had headphones in for a reason. 22
Awkward You're alone with someone you don't know - hide! 23
Healthy If introversion feels natural to you, it's good to embrace that. 24
P2pdancer added Frowned Upon 26
Living Vicariously Through Others No, you haven't been to a club lately, but the ladies went out last night on Real Housewives. 27
Scary What if you can't find a roommate? Oh god, what if you die alone?