Have you ever wondered why certain people prefer to be by themselves?
Long considered antisocial, these reclusive individuals are the focus of a new study. While these individuals are considered introverts, they can also possess qualities such as strength, confidence, and a high understanding of themselves.
We are just unable to see these qualities because these people keep them hidden from us? Why is it that the introverts want to keep their positive traits hidden from the public? Is it because they lack trust in others? The modern world is full of vain, narcissistic individuals. Perhaps the impact that social media has on this generation is correlated to the rising number of introverted people today?
Would you prefer to be an introvert? Let’s focus on ourselves momentarily (this can be a chore, I know). First, an introvert possesses incredible emotional strength, and they are naturally empathetic. Does this sound like you? Chances are that these qualities do not necessarily fit in our lives.
Furthermore, introverts do not require acceptance from other people. This quality wipes out the notion for many people who would consider themselves to be introverted. People generally need the reassurance that they belong in their surroundings and the acceptance from other people is the social pat on the head that satisfies that need.
One of the introvertive qualities that struck me is that they seek out meaningful romantic relationships. If one prefers to be alone, why would a romantic relationship matter? Is it since mankind prefers love in their lives or is it out of sheer sexual need that they need a romantic “target” to fulfill that unscratched itch in their lives?
The behaviors of an introvert are astounding considering the never-ending contact that people have with one another today. If these qualities and traits apply to you, consider abandoning your smartphone and apply these behaviors into your daily lifestyle.