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.
  1. Let me start by saying I love going out. I love meeting new people and discussing interests and current topics with them
    But then I'll never reach out to those new people on my own.
  2. I'm not trying to be rude at all. I really did enjoy my time with them
    I just don't know how to continue from there.
  3. I do this with my best friends too
    But those lovely people get me. They know I probably won't respond in the group chat but I know what's going on.
  4. 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.
  5. And a lot of times, I just need recharging time.
    Me, a book, some tea, and silence.
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. The point is that my personality doesn't fit into either definition for introvert or extrovert entirely.
    Though I am slightly more introverted now
  9. 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.
  10. Introverted socialites unite!
    I'm going to start a club. Come join.