A Fellow Introvert
Fellow Introverts

7 reasons to be proud of being an Introvert.

Have you ever been told that you’re too quiet, that you’re too shy, or that you don’t speak up enough? Or have you been called too sensitive, unfriendly, boring, or maybe just a rude introvert?

There were times when I was. That’s because I’m an introvert, and not everyone knows what that means. So, yes, I think I’m like that.

There are a lot of introverts in Finland, which is a country with a lot of people who like to be alone. However, nature is important to us, and we treat each other with respect.

Fortunately, I was able to grow up in many different places, including Brazil, where people are very outgoing. This gave me a beautiful perspective and appreciation for different people, cultures, and personalities. That meant that I also learned a lot about extroverts and the world we live in. I understand that introverts and extroverts have a lot to offer, and I respect them both for their unique ways of getting things done and being people.

It was very difficult.

Even though some people still don’t understand. Introverts are told to talk more, be more social, and even get help from psychiatrists because they are so quiet. On the other hand, many people praise extroverts for being charismatic, confident, and loud when they speak. As an introvert, you are better at many things that aren’t talked about much.

That’s why I want to discuss why being an introvert is so great. This isn’t meant to discredit the more outgoing people but to give some credit to the people who are always told to change and do things they don’t want to.

It’s a good thing if you’re an introvert because this is what you should be happy about:

1. You’re a good listener, and you listen well.

Which makes you a great person. You listen more than you yell, making people feel like they’re being heard. Because this also makes it more likely that you will say words that you’ve thought about. If you want a relationship to last, you can do the best thing to start it.

2. It’s because you’re born with empathy.

Because you’re more sensitive to the things that happen around you, you’re more likely to be emotional. This is because many of the things that happen around you are caused by the people around you and how they feel. This means that you can better sense what other people are feeling, show more understanding, and treat them with more compassion because of this.

3. You’re a person who thinks deeply.

A more complex brain with longer neural pathways for processing things means that you can think about more things simultaneously. So you go very far into your emotions, thoughts, and past. In this way, you can think about them from a more philosophical point of view. All of this will help you make well-thought-out decisions, and it will also help you be happy in life.

4. You’re more sensitive to dopamine, making you feel happy.

So you need less to be happy. Less is more for you. This means that you should cut back on things. The more good things you have, the more you might get excited and feel overwhelmed by the power of your emotions, even if they are good. Because simple things, like reading a good book, talking to your best friend on the phone, or writing down your thoughts, can make you happy.

5. You’ll be more likely to enjoy what’s around you.

You are more likely to notice and appreciate the world because you pay attention to what is going on around you. As a result, there are more things you can see and hear. In addition, you’re even more thin-skinned than more outgoing people, so your senses are more alert when it comes to touch. This means that you can truly see everything in the world in all its glory.

6. You love having time to yourself.

Because not only do you want, but you want it. After many social interactions, alone time helps you recharge, restore, and re-energize. This means that you’re more likely to be more in touch with yourself and who you are, which leads to you living a life that’s true to you. It also makes you less likely to be lonely because you’re happy all by yourself.

7. You’re very self-sufficient.

You don’t need to be with other people to get things done or develop ideas. You do both better when you work alone. Because you can do great things on your own, that means you can do great things. Think about Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt, Steve Wozniak, and Elon Musk; think about how great they were.

You should listen to what works best for you and do it in either case. She said: “I want to be happy as much as everyone else. But, I want it to be in my way like everyone else’s.”

A Message To All The Annoyed Introverts

My essay about how introverts may be bothersome drew a lot of attention—and a lot of ire—from readers. That’s alright and much better. When you post something like that, you can’t expect it to go unnoticed by the masses. If the post had just sat there like lox, I’d have been a little down about it.

In light of some of the comments made on that piece, I wanted to respond in general.

“The introvert-positive movement,” as it’s been dubbed, has nothing to do with me. My life has been transformed by learning to love and understand my introversion. My introverted strengths have been harnessed and utilized instead of continuously changing myself. 

What annoys me is the idea that introversion is better than extroversion, which I’ve heard a lot about. One cannot claim that one type of personality is superior to another because they are simply different. The same is true for introversion and extraversion (and all the wonderful blends that make us unique individuals). Two individuals, each with their own set of positive and negative traits. I’m fine, and so are you. OK?

Whether introverted or extroverted, every person has the right to be annoying. You don’t need to do anything else. You don’t have to obey me. If you want to be the most obnoxious introvert possible, by all means, do so. 

In my list of ways introverts can be annoying, not all introverts do all of the items on my list, not at all like they are bothersome. It’s worth pondering. I’m not going to bother you if you don’t do anything on that list. You’re awesome, man. Keep everything exactly as it is.

I am an Introvert.

Even if you’re an introvert who’s been misunderstood, no one wants to hear about it if you’re doing annoying things. In addition, if the people around you don’t mind you doing the items on the list, then go ahead and do them. Moreover, if you’re going to be obnoxious, don’t blame it on being an introvert. Introverts get a bad rap because of this.

For instance, it’s not a big problem to annoy someone you don’t care about. When the woman in marketing down the hall flails her new engagement ring in your face, you don’t have to break a sweat demonstrating enthusiasm. 

It doesn’t matter how you reply if you don’t care about defeating her—and you don’t have to care. But, on the other hand, it’s a different story regarding the people in your life that you care about deeply. 

Every single item on the list is the same. It’s our prerogative to decide where and how we spend our time and resources. Always. You should just be yourself, an introverted person who cares about the people around her and do your best for those who matter to you.


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