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It’s hard to be an introvert. This blog post explores the struggles of being an introvert in society and what it is like to live as one. It also discusses how you can have a fulfilling life despite your introverted tendencies!
Introverts are often misunderstood and seen as shy or reserved.
They have a need for solitude, silence, and time alone in order to recharge their energy.These individuals may be overwhelmed by social interaction due to the overstimulation from being around people too long.
Social media is especially hard on introverts because it’s constantly demanding more attention with status updates and notifications about other people’s lives!
We all know that feeling when you’re so drained after an event where you didn’t get enough down-time? That can happen even if there weren’t any big events happening; sometimes just going out into public means wearing yourself ragged! You might find yourself standing at the edge of a conversation looking
Being an introvert is not easy. I find it difficult to talk to people and that makes my social life pretty sad at times.
I also have trouble making new friends, especially when you don’t know many people in a new city or place where you go for school. You might think that this should be easier because there are more strangers around but the thing is most of them are extroverts (or outgoing) who want nothing to do with me so they never give me a chance anyway. It’s like as soon as I walk up someone else will come up and just start talking before I get the chance which can make things even harder since now all eyes are on me instead of on the person next to me which means I’m put on the spot and have to tell them everything about me right when I walk up. I also find it hard because sometimes people want you around all the time which is a lot of pressure for an introvert like me who needs space so that they can recharge their energy levels.
It’s not really something that I feel comfortable doing in front of other people either as if everyone is watching your every move or judging what you do instead of just being themselves with each other like we should be. It makes it worse when someone walks away from our conversation and then talks behind my back saying how weird I am or talking badly about me after they leave even though those are two different conversations, but one person gets stuck listening to both anyways