I was jealous of extroverts who felt energized interacting with people, because I always needed a lot of time on my own to recover after social situations.
We live in a crazy world dominated by social networking sites, where people willingly give up every scrap of their privacy.
Great, but before I am going to tell you exactly how you have to organize your dating life when you only leave your house once a year, I have to make a confession…No, I am not pregnant, I am not gay and I am not a pervert…oh wait I am actually a pervert. I love books, I absolutely hate loud clubs and I can’t stand it to be in a conversation with more than three people.
What I have to confess is way more terrible than everything I just said (including the fact that I am a pervert). Instead of feeling ashamed or hopeless because of my condition, I am actually pretty glad that I am not one of those extroverts who run around like hop balls all day long.
As all of the "Get to Know Your Introvert" posts have outlined, introverts get their energy from within, while extroverts get their energy from other people.
This means introverts are drained by social situations and need to quietly retreat within themselves in order to recharge, while extroverts are energized by being around other people aaaaaall the time.
We're not particularly shy nor are we unapproachable, though we can certainly come across that way.Besides being able to provide you with a lot of free advice, the fact that I don’t enjoy being surrounded by hordes of people who kill me with their ridiculous small talk helped me to attracted amazing women.I know that it sound counterintuitive, but I personally regard my introversion when it comes to meeting and dating beautiful women.The fact that I am an introvert allows me to spend hours every day writing articles for you.The fact that I am an introvert allowed me to write my first book.