In Style: Extroverting Introversion

It’s amazing how many books, blogs, vlogs, tweets, Facebook pages, etc. are devoted to the introvert cause. We just want to be understood.

AaronTCaycedoKimura

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15 thoughts on “In Style: Extroverting Introversion

  1. I used to want to be understood…now…I just want to be left alone. That’s
    mean right…and I don’t want to be mean…but I simply do not care anymore whether I’m understood or not 馃檪 Now I’m going to feel guilty for the rest of the day for saying that 馃檪

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  2. I know what you mean by this. Because of internet, everybody thinks they’re an introvert, because it sounds cool. Shout out to many introverts out there who were real introverts long before it was cool. 馃榾

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  3. It feels nice to be able to relate to a post on social media more than to be understood. As a fellow INFJ its fun to see something that hits home. Looking at some of your comics makes me think of one of my most uncomfortable occurrences: my birthday. People want to sing to me, watch me open gifts and organize a get together to shower me with attention. Um, torture?? I have a feeling other INFJs or introverts experience the same panic 馃槈

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  4. I think it is really good it’s all over the internet it soothing for those of us (like me) who would crumble under extrovert pressure 馃檪 I think it will help to make some happy introverts who can understand and accept themselves.

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