What is an Introvert I hear you ask? Well for starters it's a noun, defined as a shy and reticent person, and a synonym of an introvert is anything from being recluse to being a hermit.
Now there are so many reasons why it's great to be an introvert!
You're comfortable being on your own, I mean, who wants to spend 24 hours a day having someone chew your ear off about some basic shit. I'd much rather lock myself away to a cosy corner in my room watching movies, reading books, even sometimes go out for food. In a restaurant. On my own. (I know it seems scary but it's really not, it's actually so refreshing). Now there's nothing wrong with all you extroverts out there, but when us introverts are on our own we have time to do the simple things like stopping and smelling the roses, and other things that aren't so cheesy.
When it comes to friends, Extroverts have tons, which is great… but when an introvert has friends, they can usually count them all on one hand, but can count on them to be there through anything. As an introvert, it's easier to day dream because you have all this quiet alone time to do nothing, this however can back fire, try to restrict this while in important classes or meetings, or when in public in case you stare at someone with a resting bitch face (trust me on that one it doesn't end pretty). Despite the negatives, daydreams can be a basis idea for something huge, so keep dreaming and it gives you a chance to think things through before you take big decisions.
Approach with caution and please be careful, we're very sensitive people inside.
Introverts make good friends because:
1. they're fab and you never want to lose them, and
2. Making new friends is more effort for an introvert than anyone, talking to new people can be really daunting.
Sometimes you just have to approach us with a little bit of caution, but we warm up to you eventually!
ut we often excel in writing, or some other form of a creative outlet, ask us about it, that's one thing we'll talk to anyone about for hours!
Let us plug ourselves in to something we enjoy and we'll power back up, and can often cope in social interactions for a while, just give us break every now and then.
A warm blanket and a good book and you wont even know we're there, so no need to worry about late nights and house parties.
But if you try to take away our blankets, books and movies we'll do whatever you say.
Then you should definitely let the world know this about you.
People often think that just because you like your own space your antisocial and boring, that you need to be more outgoing, which totally not true! Maybe extroverts are confident, but without us, they couldn't sit still long enough to get things done, and that's why it's so great to be an introvert.