Good afternoon, my friends! Happy Friday Eve to you All!
I apologize for not finishing up (part 2) yesterday, but it was one of those day’s where I couldn’t get et anything done online. My roommate needed to go to doctors for a follow visit with her surgeon, (Where I also had a weird encounter with a man waiting to be seen by a doctor in the waiting room, named Peter, which was part of The Daily Post Prompt: Dim, yesterday). Afterward, my roommate “JK”, her sister and I went out to a Mediterranean restaurant for lunch. Where a good friend of my roommates came to surprise her. It was a lovely afternoon, but an exhausting one for my roommate. By the time we made it home, she laid down for a long nap, while I scurried around cleaning and organizing my research on Introvert behavior.
So… Here we go! LOL!
There are a few myths and traits about Introverts, such as they are not necessarily socially awkward. They may be a bit shy, but they are not going to run away from you if you walk up to them and say, “Nice weather we’re having, eh?”
Please check out the following site (https://introvertdear.com/news/introverts-don’t-hate-people-hate-shallow-socializing/).
Introverts are not rude. If an introvert is drained of social energy, they might act a bit crabby, or just keep to themselves. They just need to recharge their batteries, and regroup is all.
No two introverts are alike. What is one thing to one introvert, could be something entirely different for another one. Can introverts become an extrovert? No. Introvert behavior begins at an early age, it’s not something you just wake up one day and say, “Hey, I want to be an introvert today, and I’ll switch off to being an extrovert tomorrow just to mess with people.” It just plain doesn’t work that way.
Here are a few other websites to check out if you believe you may have the behavioral tendencies towards being an Introvert.
A study by a psychologist, Jerome Kagan’s study can be read here, (https://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2015/01/03/introverts-you-were-born-that-way/).
Learn more about being an Introvert by going to, (https://amzn.to.2iHCSXm), By Jenn Granneman writer of “The Secret Lives of Introverts: Inside Our Hidden World” She is also an introvert.
I do hope you find the following websites to be helpful, and informative to you. I also hope you have a good rest of what’s left of our Thursday afternoon.
Take Care & God Bless,