21 Problems All Introverts Know Too Well (GIF)

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1. You feel anxious when the phone is ringing because you don’t like the idea of chatting.

There are plenty of ways to get a hold of you: text, email, or a Facebook poke. But a phone call is not one of them.

2. Your weekend plans always involve your pets.

You’ve been known to say, ‘I can’t stay longer than 5 PM because my dogs need me.’ It’s a legit excuse.

3. Friends have gotten mad at you for not wanting to hang out.

It’s not in your personality to chill 99 times per week without feeling drained. You need your space, and you will get it.

4. You’re dating an extrovert.

Even though you’re an introvert, there’s an ounce of you that appreciate your extroverted counterpart because they balance you out.

5. It’s hard to say ‘no’ to plans especially when you really don’t have an excuse not to go.

People: Why can’t you hang out today?
You: *thinks of a clever excuse*

6. Your phone is your go-to when you don’t want to socialize.

Sometimes, you’ll even pretend to look busy just so you’re not obligated to talk to people.

7. At parties, you’re always the quiet one. 

Eye contact is not your thing, and you’re probably thinking about all the things you’ll be doing when you peace out of the party.

8. You definitely don’t like being the center of attention.

You absolutely hate it.
9. Saying ‘I’m tired,’ really means ‘I’m leaving, but I’m not actually going to bed. I’m going to binge watch on shows because it’s exhausting to socialize.’
No offense, but it’s true.

10. You feel drained after a few hours with people. 

Strange, right? While everyone can keep up the whole night, you’re socially checked out. You just
need space to recharge.

11. You’re irritated when your friends don’t give you space after a day of hanging out.

What can you guys possibly be doing for another day?! No! Just no!

12. Canceled plans are always the best feeling.

You’re secretly rejoicing at the end of the line when your friends break the news.

13. In a professional setting, you absolutely hate teamwork. 

You know you work 10x better when you’re left alone.

14. You hear and see everything.

There are benefits to being an introvert meaning you know everyone’s business without being in the loop.

15. You write better than you can speak.

For some reason, the right words at the right time betray you. Often you find yourself tongue-tied. But poet in front of a computer screen.

16. People often think you’re mad when you’re really thinking of happy thoughts. 

Well, you were happy two seconds ago, until some asshole told you to smile. WTF!?

17. You’ve wondered if there was something wrong with you.

You have incredible qualities, but you’re often misunderstood. Being an introvert in an extroverted world is definitely a challenge.

18. But you have a group of friends who value you. 

You’re the realest of the real meaning you’d rather have deeper connections with people. And even though you have a small group of friends, you can count on them for anything.

19. Some might never see the goofy side of you.

In fact, you might even be the funniest in the group.
20. New people might be shocked at seeing a bit of this in you. 
Inside all that hard exterior is an interesting character no one imagined. Can someone say, ‘DAYUUUM?’

21. And at the end of the day, you’re okay with being an introvert.

Because you dance to the beat of your drum, and you wouldn’t have it any other way.
Rock every bit of that introverted self.
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7 comments on “21 Problems All Introverts Know Too Well (GIF)”

  1. Lol I loved the list, I like introverts to be honest as I feel that sometimes they close their eyes on the outer world in order to connect with the world that resides within them in order to be in equilibrium with their thoughts & actions. I’m some sort of an extrovert but I enjoy the company of introverts. Amazing blog keep up the good work, stay in touch & really grateful to you for following my blog 🙂

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    1. I can definitely tell you now that being an introvert is both a gift and a curse. Though, sometimes, no lie, I wish I was an extrovert. I feel like it’d just make life a lot easier!

      But I’m really glad you understand my kind because we’re often misunderstood!

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