“Don’t make me feel guilty for leaving a party early. It already takes strength for me to do that on my own with everyone staring at me.”
These are the days I get stressed about because I don’t do anything when I am supposed to be doing so much.
If I accept that I’m an introvert, would that mean accepting that I’m boring, or timid, or any of the other negative traits I thought all introverts shared?
You’ll never fall in love with anyone else quite like us.
Your standards are sky high. You don’t date a lot of people, so when you do decide to date, it’s usually for a specific person. You don’t like to play the field, because you think it’s a waste of your time.
We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.
Introverts absolutely need their ‘me’ time. Not only for the sake of themselves, but for the sake of others. If they don’t have their time to recharge they won’t have anything to contribute to their friendships and family members.
After years of suffering in sales and corporates job positions, I finally learned that my introversion and personality traits enabled me to better succeed at a different kind of job.
I’m not your dream girl. I didn’t ride in on a white horse to be everything you ever hoped and dreamed. I’m not here to save you.
Nice guys exist. Believe me they do, because I have realised that I have been looking in all the wrong places. Instead I should have been looking in the direction where I have never looked before.