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Being an introvert comes with many struggles.
But introverts often internalize their problems,
mainly because they don’t want to be misunderstood more than they already are.
We want you to know that you’re not suffering alone,
here are 5 Problems Only Introverts Understand.
1. When you really need to be alone for a while,
but you’re afraid to tell your friends to leave you alone,
because you don’t want to hurt their feelings.
Even if you phrase it in a friendly manner,
how do you know they won’t feel offended?
It’s always a hit-or-miss situation,
especially if you have highly extroverted friends that always want to hang out.
Although they can be understanding and supportive,
可能一回家 他们就会觉得堵心 无聊 被拒绝
they may go home feeling stifled, bored and low-key rejected.
You enjoy their company and always have a blast when you get together,
but you can’t help the fact that your battery drains quicker than their’s.
As a result, you’re constantly torn between taking care of yourself
versus keeping your friends happy.
2. When someone you don’t know tries to engage in small talk
and your answers are simple and to the point.
You’re already cringing because it’s small talk,
but hearing yourself present simple answers
that don’t add any flair to the conversation
makes you feel even worse.
It’s a sinking ship,
unless you quickly do something about it.
As a result, you’re often torn between taking action
or letting the conversation fade until the person gets the hint.
Either way, it adds pressure on you to make the decision
which is incredibly frustrating.
3. You’ve been invited to multiple parties
and now you actually have to go,
because you’ve given too many excuses.
你已经用过了流感 家务 家人去世
You’ve already used the flu, house chores, family death
and your “other plans” as excuses.
But, how many more times can you use them until they lose their credibility?
So now you feel obligated to attend because you don’t want to
come off rude or insensitive to your friends’ invitations.
你尝试去放松 玩得开心 但一会儿后
You try to relax and have fun, but after a while,
things start to get overwhelming.
Halfway through the night you
try to come up with excuses to leave early.
Sometimes you wonder if you should have enlisted yourself in acting school.
You’d do anything to experience the relief of curling up in your bed
just to get away from it all.
although introverts can be
some of the best motivational speakers
and move people with their words,
sometimes getting up in front of a large crowd can be highly intimidating,
especially for those who identify as anxious introverts.
Doing presentations often feels out of their element
because they don’t enjoy being the center of attention.
So when they find themselves in the spotlight,
their worst nightmares are breathed into life.
Generally introverts prefer making things happen behind the scenes
and would rather observe on the sidelines instead of actively participating.
Although it may seem like they aren’t doing much on the surface,
they actually have rich inner lives
that are usually more fulfilling than everyday life.
5. People you just met think
you are self-absorbed or stuck up
because you don’t talk or share your life story right away.
You’re not used to revealing so much about yourself right from the start,
you’re not trying to be mysterious or play hard-to-get on purpose,
it’s just not your cup of tea to be so readily transparent.
It takes time for you to warm up to others.
You want to make connections and belong just like anyone else,
but it’s a slow gradual process.
As a result, others may consider you aloof or stuck-up,
but you’re actually just waiting for the right moment to open up.
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Ten Struggles Only Introverts Will Know.
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