sub-buzz-1759-1468242690-1sub-buzz-31338-1468238968-1‘I hate people with charisma, and self-confidence, and their lack of social anxiety. The kind of people who enter the room and boom their greetings. And then go up to people and start conversations. Who does that?’

Source – https://www.buzzfeed.com/imaansheikh/introvert-life?utm_term=.asd4az6K0#.cjqBjv2yg

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15 thoughts on “To Introverts

  1. As an extrovert this a lovely and significant poem. Everything she says speaks to me.

    As a neophyte writer who has attended several writers conferences. I have noticed how extroverted I am and how many writers are introverted.

    But, for all of my introverted writers step aside, because the more I write, I become comfortable with the thoughts in my mind and the extroverts are becoming an annoying bunch of SOB. 🙂

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  2. Reblogged this on “A Pre-Published Indie Author and commented:
    This blog post captured my attention because as an extrovert, I recognized many introverted people at several of the writers conferences I have attended.

    It was easy for us extroverted personalities to stand-out, greet one another without any nervousness and work a room like a politician.

    As a neophyte writer, I can see my character becoming more introverted needing only the occasional human contact usually in the form of a podcast. 🙂

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  3. Being an introvert myself, I felt every word of her relatable and true. I recently had a bad day at college, where a faculty threatened me with attendance for when I was unable to speak out loud standing at the centre , it’s sickening how he wouldn’t accept my written submission and would go outta way humiliating me indirectly , making me feel sorry for my introversion. 💭😔

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    1. Thanks for reading my post Monica.
      I find it common in my college too.

      I think there is a tendency among some profs. to make up for the humiliation they face at the hands of a few by bullying the quiet ones.

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