THE WEIRD THINGS ABOUT BEING AN AMBIVERT
You're social but you're not. You also enjoy alone time but not all of it. I don't know a better way to explain it.
- •Let me start by saying I love going out. I love meeting new people and discussing interests and current topics with themBut then I'll never reach out to those new people on my own.
- •I'm not trying to be rude at all. I really did enjoy my time with themI just don't know how to continue from there.
- •I do this with my best friends tooBut those lovely people get me. They know I probably won't respond in the group chat but I know what's going on.
- •I'm terrible over text conversations because I over think my response and then end up not replying most of the time.I really need my attention grabbed.
- •And a lot of times, I just need recharging time.Me, a book, some tea, and silence.
- •I get overwhelmed in any public situation where I'm even slightly uncomfortable.My best friends can read my face at parties, and know when I need to taken outside, away from someone, or just leave
- •There are other times where I'm completely fine though.I'll roll with whatever comes, and there are even times where I spend most of the night with people I'd never met before.
- •The point is that my personality doesn't fit into either definition for introvert or extrovert entirely.Though I am slightly more introverted now
- •So if you want to talk to me, feel free to talk to me! Sometimes I need a bit of a push to respond. I promise I don't get annoyed easily.I just do a lot better when people reach out to me.
- •Introverted socialites unite!I'm going to start a club. Come join.