No matter how much we adore you, we might not like it if you drop by unannounced.
Is there an introvert in your life who you just don’t “get”?
Then on behalf of introverts everywhere, I’d like to thank you for making an effort to understand us better. First of all, let’s dispel a few common myths about introverts: Being introverted does NOT mean being shy. What it does mean is that we refuel by spending time alone, and we also spend a great deal of time just thinking — which is wonderful for creativity and such, but can lead us far too much time worrying.
The good news is, you don't have to go into a breakup completely blind, and with a little strategic planning, you'll be ready to find your voice and do what you want.
And keep in mind that these strategies are definitely useful for introverts in new relationships, too, Chlipala says.
If we ask how you’re doing, we really want to know; we’re not just making conversation.