As an introvert, you’re not satisfied with superficial connections. Party chit chat bores you and small talk is pretty much your kryptonite.
The truth is that you often feel more lonely in a crowded room than when you’re by yourself. What you really want is to have a meaningful conversation with someone you truly connect with.
Or better yet, you’d relish the comfort of sitting with someone in silence – someone who you don’t need to explain yourself to, because they just get you.
When Alone Actually Is Lonely
I talk a lot about how being alone doesn’t have to be a negative thing. We introverts enjoy our alone time because it allows us to recharge. But even for us there comes a time when we want to interact.
When feelings of loneliness do arise, finding people that we can connect with in a deep and fulfilling way is not always easy.
Fulfilling Connections For Introverts
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