'Bol le bhai/behen', 'Chup-hup baithe ho zaroor koi baat hai'..... Automatically these lines come to our minds, when we spot someone shying away from coming out loud amid a gathering.
These people often touted as 'chui-mui types', are often seen as loners, reluctant to get involve with their surrounding.
Categorized as 'Introverts', these individuals have to bear the brunt thanks to the presence of overly-loud people around them.
Did you know Gandhi, Einstein, Lincoln, Newton, were all introverts as they chose to prefer solitude over frenzy!
Unlike introverts, the extroverts are often adored in schools, colleges and workplaces as they communicate effortlessly.
Introverts often become a victim of misjudgment, so we understand how it feels like when people often misconstrue the personality of an introvert...
1. OMG! You talk as well?
People often think since this guy is reluctant to talk, he has some attitude problem but the truth is otherwise, introverts are no less humble & it takes some time for them to open up.
2. So you're saying being 'introvert' is a heavenly experience...
Introverts enjoy solitude but it doesn't necessarily mean they are loners; they have a group of close confidants who heavily rely on each other.
There is a fine line between loneliness and solitude, though introverts often straddle between these two.
3. Did you just say, 'J.O.K.E'!
The funniest man ever to grace the silver screen, Charlie Chaplin was an introvert in real life. He was flamboyant on stage but back-stage he preferred reading and contemplating.
Also the introverts are extremely funny but they show this side of theirs to people only who they really believe in.
4. At least tell us about the famous 'silence'!
Shyness is a bit different from being an introvert, when an introvert does not have something to offer in a conversation or he deems it unfit to contribute in it ,they shy away from that conversation.
5. When was the last time you said....? I mean actually saying something!
Since introverts are more observant they take some time to mingle with a group and gets cosier with people only after understanding them.
They are often perceived as somebody totally out of place and time.