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20 facts about Introvert!
- Most introverts hate phone calls as they lead to unnecessary conversation. Hence prefers to text as they are good at writing.
- The downside of introverts is that introverts may get stuck in their heads. They tend to over-analyze both positive and adverse events. They replay the memories continuously in their mind, over and over again.
- Introverts are curious, independent, and highly self-motivated. They prefer to work alone.
- Introverts tend to be inward turning or focused more on internal thoughts, feelings, and moods rather than seeking out external stimulation.
- Introverts can be lazy and procrastinating, but once they set their mind on something, they will give their best.
- Introverts prefer intellectual discussions, but once you get them talking, they can be hard to stop.
- Introvert's ideal eating setups are at home with some soulful music around rather than big restaurants.
- Introverts prefer quality over quantity. They have very few friends, whom they can trust, or no friends at all. They don't like superficial relationships.
- Introverts are best in the creative, marketing, and educational field.
- Introverts are highly caring and altruistic and not that interested in material comforts; they want to make the world a better place but often misunderstood as arrogant and weird.
- Introverts have the best creativity knowledge, so they are good as artists, writers, and musicians.
- Introverts generally prefer to be valued for what they can bring to the table as an individual rather than how well they fit in with a group; because he/she likes to think of themselves, they are seldom left to follow what is considered popular.
- One biological theory explains that introverts naturally have high cortical arousal (the speed and amount of brain activity) and may process more information per second; therefore, introverts tend to avoid a highly active environment.
- Introverts always prefer one-to-one chat with a person instead of group conversation.
- Introverts are highly sensitive and empathetic. They avoid conflicts most of the time; hence they can be misunderstood as weak and subservient.
- Introverts want a company just as much as extroverts do, but they prefer it with people they know well.
- Introverts hate parties and other social gatherings where they are too many people; they keep away from bickering, draining their energy.
- Introverts are mentally unstable.
- Introverts are reserved; they plan their activities and control their emotion. They tend to be serious, reliable, and pessimistic.
- Being an introvert has nothing to do with shyness, nor does it imply that they are afraid of interacting with others. They just don't like to interact too much.
Are you are those who categorised as introverts?