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5 Common Social Situations Introverts Can’t Stand | Idealist Revolution.


Introverts are people who primarily look inward, paying close attention to their thoughts and emotions.  They do a lot of internal processing. It’s not that they are incapable of paying attention to what is going on around them, they just don’t really see a point in doing that.

Introverts are known to be quiet and reclusive individuals.  This isn’t because they’re shy, it’s because they don’t see a point in saying words that aren’t worth saying.  They aren’t anti-social, they are just selectively social and carefully choose who they spend their time and energy with.  They aren’t nerds or geeks, they would just rather stay inside than be out all night on the weekends.

As an introvert, I know what it’s like to have to deal with all of the social struggles introverts typically go through.  I have also learned a great deal of coping strategies to help navigate social situations as an introvert, which will be covered in a future article.  But for now, here are 5 common social situations that introverts can’t stand.


First we will look at the social situation, and then the thought processes that go through the introverts mind during the social situation:

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