5. Being a Good Company
a good companion is all about not letting the other feel left out or lonely. It is mostly by spreading joy by bringing everyone together. Keeping a conversation going by not letting it drop to an awkward silence. Asking people about their how abouts and engaging in small talks to start a conversation.
being a good companion is more about respecting the others personal boundaries and giving them a healthy breathing space. Good manners are not disturbing or bothering people unless absolutely necessary. Talking to the point without engaging in useless, time consuming awkward small talks. Simply letting people be, allowing them their personal space and time and not trying them engage them in a conversation unless absolutely necessary.
6. Being bored
being bored is mostly ‘not doing something’. They constantly seek to keep themselves occupied. They cannot sit idle without anyone to talk or show their actions to. They constantly seek approval from other humans Being bored is mostly having to be alone at home with no one to talk or give them company.
boredom is when they have to be in a place they don’t want to be, with people they don’t really know. The obligatory social gatherings where people get together and engage in small talks. You will find the introvert sitting in a corner wishing it to be over soon or imagining a situation where they come up with an excuse to leave that place get back in the comfort of their solitude.
weekend means party time. Time of the week when they can be around a lot of people. Dance, talk, go to places like clubs attend parties and enjoy. They wait for this day to recharge themselves by being around people, talking with them and socializing. Weekend means a movie or party time. A day to have fun.
weekend is the time to rest and relax. It is a time when they can get away from the crowd in office or university and be there in the solace of solitude. It is the time when they recharge themselves. Introverts love weekends because they can be alone, read their favorite book or watch their favorite show or just lie down in bed and stare at the ceiling, it’s just important to be alone.
a friend is someone who will keep you company. For extroverts making new friends is a daily routine, they love to meet new people and make new friends. They want to have more number of friends irrespective of their perception and compatibility. They just want people around them so they just go around socializing and making new friends. For them, the quantity matters i.e the number of friends they have.
making new friends is too big of a challenge. Introverts like to take their time in understanding people before approaching them if by any chance they are interested. They don’t want more number of friends but they want the honest, loyal and understanding ones. Introverts want someone who won’t waste their time in small talks.
They don’t befriend people easily, they observe and analyze and if they feel they are comfortable enough then you get in their circle and believe me when I say introverts know how to keep a friendship. For introverts, it is the quality that matters not quantity.