Friday, July 31, 2020

Introverts are excluded unfairly in an extraverts’ world | Psyche Ideas

Today, as a psychologist, I know that introversion is a common trait. Unlike shyness, which is more about a fear of being judged negatively, introversion is defined as a preference for quiet, less stimulating environments. The Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung was the first to propose differentiating individuals along an introvert-extravert axis. Writing in the 1920s, he described introverts as preferring to direct their attention inward, to their own feelings and thoughts, and how they lose energy during social interactions. Extraverts, by contrast, direct their attention outward, gain energy from social interactions, and lose energy during periods of solitude.


I'm a total introvert and seem to be getting more introverted as I get older. And this CCP virus pandemic in not making things any easier.

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It's as well you have pooches, then.

Posted by: dearieme | Jul 31, 2020 1:15:39 PM

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