It’s Perfectly Fine to Be an Introvert

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The society looks at introverts as a problem that needs attention.

Introverts are considered unsocial. They’re the people who’re frequently made to think about their self-improvement. People often label them as confused or shy which is opposing to their choice.

Introverts are equated with being self-conscious because they talk less or don’t put themselves out there immediately.

Often, they’re labeled with words like RUDE, WEIRD, DULL and BORING. Naturally, they feel judged all the time and prefer not to come out of their comfort zones.

The first thing is to identify that introversion isn’t a disorder that requires treatment. Understand and accept that being an introvert is a personality trait.

An introvert is likely to enjoy time spent alone and find less reward in time spent with large groups of people. But they enjoy connections with close friends. They don’t seek attention. This allows them to closely focus on relationships and friendships that have depth and meaning.

Who the hell says introverts don’t succeed in their life? Most of the successful people of the world have been introverts. Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Sir Isaac Newton, and Mark Zuckerberg are some of the most successful names who have played the role of an introvert in their lives.

Be a loner. That gives you time to wonder, to search for the truth. Have holy curiosity. Make your life worth living. 

Albert Einstein

It’s okay if you need your own space. It’s okay if you choose to express yourself with notebooks than individuals.

What isn’t okay is your way of ignoring yourself. It isn’t okay to think yourself even a bit inferior to anyone. It isn’t acceptable. You must love yourself and be pleased of your introverted nature. You never know who you may inspire.

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