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As a introvert, I find?

Discussion in 'MILLENNIALS (1981 to 1998)' started by Jazz Life, Mar 20, 2020.

  1. Jazz Life

    Jazz Life New Member

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    That social distancing is a good thing for me and may never go back to the way it was before.
     
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  2. JesseRBassett

    JesseRBassett Carpe Diem! (Always seeking the face of God) Supporter Angels Team

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    It is a good thing for me too, but for a different reason. I have been putting off writing my novel and now is the perfect time for me to do so!
     
  3. Owlette

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    I’m an introvert too, and have found that I’ve been able to “recharge” during all of this social distancing stuff, but now I’m starting to feel weird not having a little more separation between my home life, my work life, and the little social life I have outside of home. I’m just home all of the time. :D I kind of liked the routine I had before, it kept my mind pretty well occupied.
     
  4. thehehe

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    Agree, this is relaxing to have a break from all the usual social situations with strangers or barely known people.
     
  5. Quietus

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    I was a recluse, anyway. The only difference is now the toxic relatives in my household are home all the time and we're now downspiraling into maniacal agitation from being cooped up in a shoebox apartment together.
     
  6. Ronit

    Ronit Active Member

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    I'm really introverted too. I wish I wasn't sometimes
     
  7. shineyourlight

    shineyourlight Active Member

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    I'm an ambivert.

    It's good for a time and then it's not so much.

    Thankfully, my friends and I do a lot of virtual hangouts during this shutdown.

    But, I had to celebrate my birthday in quarantine as well as my friends in my friend group. We kind of have birthdays all close together. It was kind of depressing, haha.
     
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  8. LadyOfMystery

    LadyOfMystery Heart of Gold Supporter

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    As an ISFP I need my space and time alone but also I don't really mind social interactions. I've to be honest really enjoyed all the time I've had but also I'll be really happy to get out and go somewhere without worrying, lol.
     
  9. shineyourlight

    shineyourlight Active Member

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    Yes, I'll be excited for the day when I can get to see my friends and my extended family with no worries :)

    I get to see my parents weekly, since I split my time between my place and theirs. I need to see people or I will go insane.

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  10. LadyOfMystery

    LadyOfMystery Heart of Gold Supporter

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    I did indeedy :D
     
  11. Duke of Stratford

    Duke of Stratford One day at a time.

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    In some ways, this has been really nice! I’ve done a little more experimenting with cooking, I’ll bake for myself and my roommates, and I think I’ve gotten better at carving out time for Bible reading! I do miss my friends and family, though. And I’m graduating college from my little apartment :sweatsmile:. I think, if anything, it’s teaching me not to take social interaction and the ability to move about for granted. I hope it’s a lesson we all hold well moving forward!
     
  12. thecolorsblend

    thecolorsblend If God is your Father, who is your Mother?

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    Back in March, I had to go up to the office do some stuff that can only be done there.

    It was bliss! It was basically just me, some dude from accounting several rows over and the HR dept head tucked away in her office. I got probably an entire week's worth of stuff knocked out and I didn't have to talk to anybody.

    Plus, it's a pretty nice office with a powerful AC so it was extra comfy sitting in there pretty much alone.

    If that's what work was always like, I can only imagine how productive I would be. No stupid social conversations, no answering basic procedural questions that my co-workers should already know, no pointless meetings, no nothing.

    INTJ, if that's useful to anybody.
     
  13. Lizgee

    Lizgee New Member

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    I am naturally introverted but have always held very extroverted types of positions.

    Never really enjoyed the awkward meeting icebreakers or lunch meetings - I am loving the remote situation and would welcome this! Without the strongly encouraged face mask/6 ft policy.
     
  14. Joined2krist

    Joined2krist Well-Known Member

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    I was always on the move, always had something to do, my house wasn't my comfy space. But isolation is making me stay at home and although I don't like it, I'm learning to live with it
     
  15. shineyourlight

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    So, for those who are introverting - how are you feeling with this whole social distancing?

    I'm an ambivert and it's just getting to me now. Thankfully, I'm breaking that with a bonfire tomorrow night with friends.
     
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