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Introverts are Simply Mysterious ❤️

Imagine,
You’re sitting in a large group & you suddenly hit with a great idea.While you’re working up the nerve to voice that idea out loud,the extrovert sitting next to you blurts it out first,getting all the credit.You’re devastated & angry at yourself for not speaking up.🥺
Ever Happened?

Happened with me multiple times🤷


According to Carl Jung, everyone has an intoverted & an extroverted side,with one dominant on the other🤷
Those on the more extroverted side tend to be energized by social stimulation, they value the outer world & are more apt to conform with society.Those closer to the introverted side can feel drained by too much social stimulation,so they require a certain amount of alone time to re-energise 🌼
They are not be confused with loners, or antisocial.They are simply more focussed on inner world of ideas🌈

Introverts are mostly"in their head,engaging in deep conversations, ruminating about life,& everything & take time to reflect on all that's going on in the world around them🌟

They speak carefully choosing the words to speak.Extroverts are more inclined to jump into a conversation not because they are selfish or don't care but because they process information interactively.Conversely,Introverts process information internally, hearing, understanding & providing careful insights💫

In a Culture that rewards extroversion, an Introvert is often seen as shy or even anti-social🤷
🔑Shy
🔑Reserved
🔑Slightly Geeky
🔑Socially Awkward
 
If you ask people to describe Introverts, this is how they'll most probably describe them.Its not their fault, for the social media, television, and films, often portray introverts in the same vain🙄 
This stereotype gets further reinforced in even bedtime stories that are often recited to children to teach them to be popular extroverts📚

But let me tell you,
🌸 Introverts are not loners, they simply enjoy being in inner world of ideas✨
🌸 Introverts are incredibly attractive, they just don't put their awesomeness on display
🌸 They enjoy being alone and take their time and space to think about a lot many things, which makes them exceptionally charming🥰
🌸 Introverts are great at taking care of those they care about,and tend to embrace genuine altruism
🌸 The truly generous,who give without the expectation of receiving in return,beautiful people inside and out💯
🔑So the next time you meet an introvert, don’t assume they’re being cold to you, it just takes time for them to break the ice with new people
Introverts are amazing people with rich hidden depths, and if you are one or know one, rejoice🎊🥳❤️

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