This is exactly how I feel a lot of the time.

Christopher Stocking

Some of you may be thinking “you’re an introvert? So what?” Now, before I get into this, let me begin by saying that I’m certainly no expert on the psychological research of introversion and extroversion. All I have is personal experience.

Firstly, what is an introvert?

According to Meriam-Webster:

: to turn inward or in upon itself: as
a : to concentrate or direct upon oneself
b : to produce psychological introversion

Okay, but what does that mean? I can show you what it means to me by example.

As an introvert, I sometimes have a difficult time being around groups of people. I have trouble speaking in front of groups of people. It takes me longer to get used to new situations. I don’t openly speak my mind. I keep to myself a lot (i.e. I enjoy my privacy).

Alright, now that it’s cleared up… Still, so what?

Well, this…

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