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#188 - blooby (11/30/2013) [-]
Wait so you're entirely aware of your introvence, and are putting some of the blame on others for labeling you as introvent? Even after stating that you understand that people limit themselves to those labels meanwhile you're doing it yourself? Then why act like this is a problem, and if you really think it is, why do it yourself? I might be missing the point here, but in my eyes you just seem like a hypocrite.
#139 - anonymous poster (11/30/2013) [-]
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#130 - hudis (11/30/2013) [-]
I can see your point, but being an introvert is really not as wonderful as comics like these can seem to make it out to be - to me this comic is more to show that introverts can be happy even if they don't want to spend much time with other people. However, this world is still largely designed for extroverts. Not consciously, but most introverts can testify that pressure in social and professional circumstances are both massive in our society, in ways that extroverts may not recognise due to having their brain already wired to it. You're supposed to be outgoing, talkative, enjoy small-talk (or at least take part of it most days), be able to work in crowded environments, work in groups, etc. Those things can all be very, very taxing and counterproductive for true introverts - and contrary to what seems to be popular belief, it can't really be helped. It's just the way the brain is wired. Naturally there are different levels of introversion and extraversion, and I am probably on the extreme end of the former so what I say might not apply for everyone.
I myself was never told I was shy, or introverted, or that I liked being alone. Quite the opposite. I've still always been almost exactly like the girl in the comic. I'll admit that introversion is something I identify strongly with, but while I see your point about that being limiting as well, it's pretty much the only thing I identify with so I like to keep it close at hand so as to know who and where I am.
#92 - daentraya (11/30/2013) [-]
I'm introverted. Having to major classes of 'I like talking to people and stuff' and 'can i just please go back to my laptop already this is boring' kinda does work. I see it as major categories, in which there are many other. It's like male and female'. This is just one of two major social archegroups, and i dont see why you're so worked up about that.
I just never enjoy talking to people my age, and other social things, thus I am introverted. At least, i haven't found anyone in real life around my age, where having a proper long conversation didnt seem like a boring back and forth ball-game. But there is a slight correlation being creativity and introversion, as introverts may devote a lot of time on art since they don't spend time on anything social, and only spending time on stupid stuff can get bothersome. Reading, writing, arting etc. are all easy things to supplement to an introverts daily life, as only being on a laptop inside is just overly boring. The intelligence thing, i agree with. The pretentious thing, i wholly agree with, even though i haven't met anyone prentending to be such.. So many shades of pretentiousness..
#70 - scentless (11/30/2013) [-]
I agree with most of your points, especially using labels on children, since they can be too easily influenced.
Though I'll always call myself an introvert, because I am genuinely, in the sense of energy dissipation and generation an introvert. When I am around people, I get tired, sleepy and simply fatigued, when I am alone I feel better, become more energetic, and so forth.
I use introvert because it accurately describes my predicament. If I spend a few days being "social" over voice chats, I'll need time alone without talking to anyone or seeing anybody because it's tiresome.
Other than that the terms, in my opinion shouldn't indicate and I don't believe they really do indicate an aptitude in any particular pursuits. So I can understand your displeasure at the misuse, just to have others view them in a better light based on presumptions.
#48 - commontroll (11/30/2013) [-]
Intro and extravert just means how you feel energized. Introverts feel most energetic alone or in small groups, like myself. However, we can be very social, like myself. I have very good social skills, and am a ton of fun to hang out with, I just can't do it every night, and it has to be a more relaxed setting, otherwise I feel uncomfortable.
For example, I can do parties that are actually about socializing and hanging out, but if it's just about being unable to hear people and get wasted and fuck, not so much. Tried the latter, hated it, was constantly on watch to make sure nobody did anything to my seventeen year old friend.
#45 - lolibear (11/30/2013) [-]
I agree with most of your point, particularly the part about people linking introversion with creativity, but introversion and extraversion have nothing to do with shyness, even if there is a large correlation between them. Introversion is wanting to spend more time alone or in small groups, whereas shyness is feeling unable to be in large groups out of fear. Many shy people desperately want to be in large groups but are scared, and many introverts are great in groups and parties, they just don't enjoy it as much. And you can be introverted and enjoy time in large groups, you just get overwhelmed and worn out in large groups quicker, just like an extravert can enjoy alone time, but will get bored and upset quicker.
#25 - rulebysecrecy (11/30/2013) [-]
I see your point. I myself like to consider myself an introvert and/or shy, because I have a hard time making conversation and socializing in general and if I do decide to try to go out, I'm often really bad at it too. That being said I'd like to also say that I am not the least bit creative, its sad really. I feel like a robot, super objective, and find straying from the path of normality or the task at hand just seems difficult, unnecessary, and embarrassing.
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