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Is Introversion Something You Should Apologize For?

sitting alone in the park

sitting alone in the park


Have you been called names because of your less frequent social interaction?

Do you always feel as though you owe the world an explanation for choosing to stay reserved and quiet most of the time? Introversion is often associated with not wanting to talk or to interact with other people. It is chained to the idea that these people loathe social interaction.

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Introversion is always regarded as the identical twin of anti-social behaviors. Sadly, these preconceived notions are not even true. Misconceptions and myths about introverts often cripple these people’s chance to feel socially accepted. Some individuals will even say that the only people that can understand introverts are those who are on the same wavelength as they are? Is this really the case?

When you have deeper understanding of what introversion really is, you gain acceptance of what you really are and there is no need to apologize for being different from your extrovert counterparts.

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