By Paul Sanders

If you’re an introvert, then it’s not easy for you to socialize and make friends. For others, it seems so natural. But for you… it can feel weird and awkward.

It feels that way for most introverts because they try and immitate the ways extroverted people use to socialize and connect with friends…

And it doesn’t work. It’s just not natural to act like somebody you’re not.

In this article, I want to share with you how you can avoid socializing like an extrovert, which doesn’t work for you… and what you can do instead, to be able to connect with new friends.

Why It’s Easy For An Extrovert To Make Friends

Extroverts find it easy to make friends, because they are interested in a variety of subjects, and can spend a lot of time talking and socializing.

On the other hand, if you’re an introvert, you may tend to think more. You maybe like to reflect on stuff and find deeper meaning. You also like to rely on yourself to get things done and achieve your goals.

You also can’t socialize for longer periods of time. For an extrovert, spending three days in a row with friends might feel energizing. For you, that would drain you out of a lot of energy.

If you’re an introvert, you need time for yourself.

 

 

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