6 Quality Traits All Introverts Have

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6 Quality Traits All Introverts Have

Introverts will never waste your time with empty conversations. They won’t be mad at you if you tell them that you are busy at a certain point.

Both, introvert and extrovert are the biggest personality categories that differ from one another the most. These categories have their qualities and they raise a question of whether a person can have a little bit of them both or not.

These are the 6 special traits of the introverts:

Loyal

These people are very loyal due to their few friendships. Even though they are having only a small number of friends, they are very trustworthy and build their friendships on respect and loyalty. Know that if your friend enjoys being alone, he will always find his way to help you.

They appreciate your and their time

These people will never waste your time with empty conversations. They won’t be mad at you if you tell them that you are busy at a certain point. It’s the same with them. They won’t waste their time on people and things that they believe are not worth.

You start to shut down after you’ve been active for too long.

Do you start to get tired and unresponsive after you’ve been out and about for too long? It’s likely because you’re trying to conserve energy. Everything introverts do in the outside world causes them to expend energy, after which they’ll need to go back and replenish their stores in a quiet environment, says Dembling. Short of a quiet place to go, many introverts will resort to zoning out.

You notice details that others don’t.

The upside of being overwhelmed by too much stimuli is that introverts often have a keen eye for detail, noticing things that may escape others around them. Research has found that introverts exhibit increased brain activity when processing visual information, as compared to extroverts.

You’ve been told to “come out of your shell.”

Many introverted children come to believe that there’s something “wrong” with them if they’re naturally less outspoken and assertive than their peers. Introverted adults often say that as children, they were told to come out of their shells or participate more in class.

Introverts can move around their introverted “set point” which determines how they need to balance solitude with social activity. There’s a recovery point that seems to be correlated with how much interaction you’ve done. We all have our own private cycles.

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