Illustrations on being an Introvert (3)

7. For introverts, conveying what they really feel and think  can be challenging because we tend to think too much, we have a mental  conversation but most of the times we end up saying not a word of it. 

Expressing their feeling with ease without worrying too much is probably a forte an introvert wishes to have. They don’t want people to know what they truly feel with the exception of people they know of well and they trust. They would, oftentimes, spend time thinking about what they are about to convey too much, to have it only remain spoken loud in their head; they are just being cautious with their words, as they don’t want to utter misleading information or something they aren’t sure of yet. 

8. “Often alone, rarely lonely” best describes introverts state of being 

People of the opposite type would probably questioning how come introvert s able to bear being on their own company and remain at ease most of the time. It is as plain and simple an answer as because they don’t have the reasons why we can not be so, it is just a pleasure for them to be alone. Instead of lonesome, we feel so much recharged, calm and sane when we are alone.

9. A lot of people misunderstand an introvert as a standoffish, as the common saying says every one is unique’, so does an introvert.

Introverts can turn out be a friend you cherish the most, a friend of unorthodox wisdom about life; and it is beside the point of their possesing high emphaty. Instead of care less, an introvert is pretty compassionate. They would just rather stand aloof from the crowds simply because we have different way of getting stimulation, which is inwardly. They can be the best advisor, the counselor of your problem; because they see things from various angles, holistically, say. 

So, that’s all the illustrations that portray how an introvert is, and that is just how things work and operate for them. 


Illustration on being Introverts (2)

4. Instead of lonesome, introverts are happy to be left alone

In the world of noise and uproar, to be missing in action can be a treat and dreadful for it will make their existence insignificant to others. Introverts do not go dissarray in a myriad of people walking to and fro; as they do not follow the crowds, they set and walk their own pace. Being single out instead is blessing in disguise for introverts, as they can do a lot of things without people intervening their plans. For instance, they don’t need anyone’s affirmation for their doing something, their liking certain genres and all their hidden quirks.

5. Loving an introverts can be likened to nurtur a child, it takes patient and compassion.

If you happen to love an introvert, there will come a moment when you will be confused and wondering what happen to him. If you are a person of the same sort, it is understandable, their missing a day without you hearing anything from him, but if you are of an opposite sort, all it takes is understanding and patient; as they are not going inland, they are probably sunked deep in their own personal excitement or what excites them.  Introverts are okay to hang out with you every now and then, but not frequently to the point of being clingy because it means intruding their privacy. Being an introvert, we put at the pedastal sincerity, thus we hate those not being true to themselves.

6. For the future dream house, introverts would love to have some secret spots like a shady nook

They would love to have their personally customized library or art studio and a secret cozy spot to chill; because they need to distant themselves for any noise, it is for the sake of retaining their sanity and seeking solace. Not a whit are introverts similar to antisocial; so let’s not confuse those two term.

On Introvert vs Antisocial (2)

2. Introvert is upbringing, it is one’s inherited inclination towards inside stimulation instead of outside whereas antisocial is the reverse it is a health problem. Thus, it needs to be cured

Well, as Susan Cain explained, there is no such a thing like an absolute introvert or extrovert; if there are any, they must have been put in an asylum. What differentiates is their degree of inclination, which one is more prominent than another (I’m 75% introvert, 10% extrovert, the remaining 15% is probably an antisocial; I feel miserable sometimes, even being an introvert has its wavered or distorted phase; only to mean it makes me all the more human)

High percentage of antisocial can be a sign of physchopathy; they have harmful and toxic dispositions of manipulating, hatred, influencing on bad things, against what is considered morally correct. On the contrary, an introvert is a person who puts forth personal space, not a whit do they have a hatred towards others. If anything, they are a very understanding, patient and compassionate person. 

3. Antisocials can be extremely extroverted and open while an introvert can never be as open as an extrovert, as it isn’t their natural inclination

Even when antisocials withdraw themselves from the crowds, they can easily shift disposition into an extrovert if it needs be. Usually, because of their toxic dispositions they tend to do something for personal gain or for certain purposes; which is for their own benefits. Likewise, an introvert, they are being one, can never be shifted to another disposition, extrovert; simply because they are polar. (Yes, it is indeed true, I have been an introvert, I can never totally be comfortable in the crowds, my awkwardness prevails. I can never be loud-mouthed. My head speaks volume though.)