Being an Introvert
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Being an Introvert

When the word ‘INTROVERT’ comes in your mind, you may think about people living independently not able to talk to anyone, being quiet and spending time alone, thinking before acting and is seen more reserved while an ‘EXTROVERT’ may feel like thinking while speaking, active in social moments and more lovable character but it is more complicated than that. Let’s get started:

Discussing about INTROVERT and EXTROVERT may be a debate proving both right or wrong, but an introverted person thinks and observes more. It is wrong on one side to not get into social places but, what goes into the mind of an introverted person while being silent?

Well whenever a person does something wrong, he thinks of a way to prove it right. An introverted person, trust me, thinks himself as more mature and you can say observes and judges someone another often. There are constant thoughts flowing in his mind and can be more accurate. He thinks all other things as distraction and finds it right to focus on hobbies and his talents. You won’t find him talking about love, non-veg jokes, popularity as well as style ‘n’ sense of humor. He may not get into other activities and tries to stay silent. But is that all what he really wants?

Some things like peer pressure and popularity acts on him, cause it’s simple Everybody loves attention. Everyone tries to do or have something that makes him likable. An introverted person wants that too but simply he considers others things silly and confuses while participating in them due to lack of aspirations and hopes towards him. At that moment, the more he wants it, the more he gets far from it.

The distance increases at such a rate between his wants that one may want to stop trying. It’s not easy to overcome that. He is worst at expressing his feelings to anyone and just try to find a way to gain the attention. But who’s fault is it?

The thing is, you can’t blame someone particular. The events, surrounding, and even family may lead to such a character. An introverted person may not get much freedom, from the start he starts to ignore people which leads to nervousness getting stronger, and most important he likes it that way. No one can say who is more regretful at the end (introverted or extroverted) but  I can say that what is right and must be right.

Consider you watched a movie, all you can think about is how good or bad it was. What plotholes or thrillers it had. In short, you want to talk about it with someone. So you can only do it when you have people around you and you can express your feelings about it to them. An extroverted person may not be totally right or vice versa for the introverted person, but an introverted person can get attached to the only friend[s] he has. There are some moments in your life when you have to let go of things, and it is most difficult for the introverted one as it may be of the few ones he has. But also he has habit of not asking for help cause he is used to being ‘THE HELPER’

But it not a character flaw. There can be myths that introverts wants to be alone, they are rude and are not socially active but on the other side of the coin it is like they listen and analyses more than anyone and can be more specified. They enjoy solitude and are more influenced by others. They can be rarely bored, creative, cautious, considerate, calm and passionate than someone else.  

At the end, an introverted person can be more trustworthy as well as naive. He can be more being manipulated by others but can also be hard-working. And maybe also he understands or tries to understand things more than anyone. but whatever you are, it simply matters whether you are a good person or bad person. 

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