Introverts Explained: Why We Love You But Need to Get Away From You

9 Jun

Reblogging another of Space2live’s posts. This one is even better than the last, IF THAT’S POSSIBLE. I laughed out loud when she mentioned needing to be ALONE in the house to recharge. If someone else is in another room, you can FEEL them. Yep. LOL


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I am told our desire to get away from everyone every now and again and again is perplexing and sometimes painful to extroverts. They don’t understand how we could enjoy being alone, period. Even more confusing, we sometimes choose to be away from people we really like.

The truth is we see all people as stimulation and potential energy sucks. Sorry.  It doesn’t matter if you make us laugh until we wet our pants or we find you so attractive we agree to make babies with you (or at least practice). We will need a break from you.  We even need a break from other introverts, but speaking only for myself, not as often.

What Happens If We Don’t Get Our Space?

The other day I heard a fun-loving morning show radio host say she needs to be in the house alone often in order to be civil.  Having someone…

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2 Responses to “Introverts Explained: Why We Love You But Need to Get Away From You”

  1. brennagee June 9, 2013 at 7:23 pm #

    Thanks again for re-blogging. I am at the beginning of summer with my 3 children home. Love my kids but I FEEL them.;) I have to find other ways to recharge – solo runs, early morning wake-up, encouraged playdates.

    • Tech Savvy Lender June 10, 2013 at 6:46 am #

      5am looks pretty darned good sometimes, Brenna! Keep the good stuff coming!

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