There's a difference between being #introverted, being #shy, and being #anxious. They are NOT synonymous; however, it's been shown that these traits often overlap. Being introverted means that you feel drained after social interaction. Being shy means that you find social interaction embarrassing. Having #socialanxiety feels more like panic. What about you? Are you introverted, shy, or anxious? Or all three? (I'm an #introvert with occasional #anxiety, but not usually shy.)
If you're a hardcore introvert like me, these tips may really help you figure out ways to make the most of your happiness — both socially and personally. Here's what you can do to get some of your energy back when other humans suck it out of you.
Ok this is me but not in a sad, depressing way. Silence is golden, and I find it funny that so often we see introverts as being sad or lonely. No, at least in my case I love people but I'm also comfortable being quiet in social situations.