What comes to your mind when you hear the word: “introvert”? Is it that shy wallflower daydreaming in the social gathering? Or the quiet kid who rarely spoke up in class? But wait! Did you know there is much more that describes an introvert than just their socializing frequency? Or lack thereof! There are even different types of introverts! Who knew, right!
If you consider yourself an introvert or know someone who is, comment which type you related most to.
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