How To Appreciate The Introverts In Your Life

Don’t force them to do stuff- most introverts can only do so much going out/socialising before they need to recharge again so don’t force them to do stuff. If they tell you they can’t or don’t want to they really mean it so don’t guilt them about not hanging out with you!

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Listen- most introverts don’t talk to people a lot unless they know you pretty well- then they never shut up! When introverts try to talk to you, you should really listen because you probably mean a lot to them and what they’re telling you is probably much more then just small talk.

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Don’t guilt them- introverts tend to be very sensitive and if you guilt them about stuff it’s going to really mess with them. It’s wrong to guilt anyone into doing stuff but introverts tend to take it harder then others do.

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Be there for them- sometimes introverts have a hard time expressing their feelings so even if they don’t talk to you about it but seem kind of down or something you should try to be there for them. Introverts try to act like they’re okay but a lot of the time we’re just screaming in our heads.

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13 thoughts on “How To Appreciate The Introverts In Your Life

  1. love the bestie skeletons!
    I definitely lean more towards the introvert side than extrovert. My fiance’ is the opposite, so he helps me. Blogging is helping me get all of my thoughts out too. I will just sit there and hyper focus on one thing, like the budget, for almost an hour and just drive myself completely bonkers. & the guilt trip is realllll, it’s so bad! I only ever thought that actors could cry on command…wrong.

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    1. I don’t really have a lot of extroverts in my life at the moment but I get what you mean. They kind of give you the energy to get out of your comfort zone and do things! Blogging really helps me a lot and is a great way for introverts to make friends because I don’t have to see people in person ๐Ÿ˜‚
      The guilt trip is so real! It’s such a horrible and toxic thing to do to someone to guilt them into doing what you want!

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    1. Haha well I’m an introvert so I’ve technically been observing myself for like 21 years now ๐Ÿ˜‚
      Yeah I hate anyone calling me, I usually ignore them.


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