Understanding an Introvert; Part-II

Most of the times, introverts are not those people who are rude and arrogant and reticent. Sometimes, they are just people who are shy to take the first step.
We aren’t the dumb ones unable to string two words together. We are those whose minds are buzzing with ideas and thoughts and to-do lists.
Read this article by this vivacious introvert who goes by the same name, Aakansha.

Brooding In The Tepid Dusk

A year back, I happened to write a post on introversion, and so far it has been my most read and shared blog post. In case you’re new to my blog, you can read it here. I thought about writing a part-II for it, mostly because I tend to harbor strong views on this tragically ignored crisis,

I always find a sense of solidarity with anyone who is reticent and quiet. Not because they’re missing out on fun or anything, but because I understand how hard it is to be silent in the constant hubbub and buzz around you. When the whole world is ‘trying to get their voice out there.’ Everyone trying to out-scream the other, making sure the spotlight is on them. Finding a guilty pleasure in being the life of the party.

People see you differently, don’t they? Somehow, you’re always branded by an adjective. Quiet, rude, arrogant, supercilious…

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