10 Popular Myths About Introverts That Are Far From Truth

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In-fact, introverts have equipped with stronger personalities than anyone else. An introvert’s will is strong enough to make the impossible happen. One can very well sideline the power of an introvert, but that does not change the truth.

 

Myth 6: They Lack A Strong Mindset

You Know Your Introverted

Introverts are considered to be mentally weak. People believe that they tend to run away from arguments. But that is partly true. Introverts can be highly opinionated.

Also, they can participate in heated debates. The topic has to be something they have in-depth knowledge of. So it clearly implies that it is not about the mindset, but more about what topic is being discussed in the debate.

 

Myth 7: They don’t like making friends

Who said introverts don't share anything




People generally believe that introverts are anti-social. That they are unwilling to make friends. But for introverts, the very concept of close relations is vastly different from the way extroverts perceive it.

It is not that they don’t want to make friends, rather they are cautious in their own way when looking out for friendship. A relation after all, is a matter of mutual trust, and it is very difficult to win the trust of an introvert. Also, introverts root for fewer friends than extroverts. They like keeping their inner circle small.

 

Myth 8: Introverts always want to be left alone

I am introverted

Introverts do prefer moments of recluse, but that does not mean they always want to be left alone. There are times, when an introvert feels to urge to share their inner thoughts and feelings with someone.

That someone has to be the right person, of course. Introverts are very careful when selecting the right person. That’s why you won’t find them socializing very often, as it takes a considerable amount of time to find the right one.

 

Myth 9: They need fixing




Why does everyone force introverts to be talkative

There are people who consider introversion as a mental condition that is to be rectified. They couldn’t be more wrong. Introversion is not an ailment or disorder, but an orientation that has its own place in human psyche. As a social animal, man exhibits different personality traits.

Introversion is just one of them. It is absolutely normal to be introverted and go about your daily lives. It is nothing out of the ordinary, and certainly nothing to be looked down upon. Therefore, instead of trying to so-called “fix” the issue, we as fellow humans should nourish and encourage introverts to accept themselves and be content with who they really are.




 

Myth 10: They frequently suffer from breakdowns

It is a general consensus among many that introverts are prone to mental ailments like depression, anxiety, nervous breakdowns, etc. While loneliness rarely tend to take a toll on their mental health, they too are strong and assertive personalities that are willing to fight all adversaries.

Even if they have breakdowns, they have the mental strength to cope with it. But the knowledge that they are always infected by such ailments is merely a myth and has no connection to reality whatsoever.