Olivia’s Catastrophe ~ Introverted
have adequately called Olivia’s Catastrophe because it will mainly be things I
find are debatable topics or problems I have… etc
that many of the people on the blogger world are actually extroverts and won’t
be able to relate as much, but I also know that a lot of them are introverts as
well… just like me. If any of you are interested in the MBIT test, then you
will know that I am an INFJ – one of the most introverted personalities you can
while back. I never thought about it much, but at some point I simply stopped
going to school parties, stopped going over to friends as much and missed out
on a lot of social gatherings. It can make you feel left out the next day, and
it can make you feel really guilty about it. Sometimes I even hate myself for
not going because I feel like I should’ve been there. But should I really be forcing
myself to go? It’s always the question.
just had to trust that God was with me. For a while I had been praying to be
more extroverted – and little did I know that God had answered it by giving me
a chance to be more confident in myself. I had to learn to ask strangers for
help, make friends with people I didn’t know at all because I was alone on the
program and I learned to be a lot more social. With the full time schedule I
blended in with any extrovert. When I
came home I needed three days to myself holed up in my room, but it showed me
that I can do it.
with my friends (even though I love them all.) Some days I chill with friends
and talk easily. Some days I just want to stay home and curl up in bed. I will
always need my alone time. But now I realise it is okay to be introverted and it is part of who I am.
What is one thing that clearly defines you as one or the other?