I am an introvert most of the time. I can be extrovert-like sometimes, when I feel it is necessary - like around certain friends/family, or any time I need to be 'performing' - like in the classroom when I teach.
Why have we become a society that sees introvertism as a negative thing?
Found this video from Blogush - a fellow teacher who, like me, sometimes questions if he should stay in the system that seems to not want teachers to innovate.
I also am a proud introvert! And, like you, can be very extroverted when the occasion calls. But I am quite content to live my life mostly as an introvert!!ReplyDelete
We act how we feel comfortable in whichever situation we encounter.
What an awesome video! Thanks for posting it.ReplyDelete
I loved it and had to share.Delete
I wrote a whole long post once about how introverts are misunderstood. I like the way I am; I wish it wasn't interpreted in such a negative way much of the time. Blogging is great for introverts because we can just step away when we need a minute to process.ReplyDelete
I gave you a Liebster award because I really enjoy reading your blog. I know not everyone likes memes, but if you're interested, it's here: http://inthetesseract.blogspot.ca/2012/11/i-won-lobster.html
Blogging and other social media methods are great for us.Delete
Thanks for the award, for reading, and for commenting and complimenting!