(4) Silence is a strength, not weakness:
The quiet ones are the strongest ones in the group. Since they don’t reveal much about themselves, it becomes difficult to know their strengths and weaknesses. Silence protects them from being vulnerable. Talking too much and expressing oneself too much makes us open-books. Quite ones are in fact the smartest of the lot. They are clever enough to conceal their secrets and be the strongest.
(5) They do have social skills and know where to draw the line:
It’s a common misconception that quiet people don’t have social skills. They do have good social skills and they build it slowly with others. They enjoy deep conversations and bond with others from deep within. They enjoy going to parties and remain within their group. People who know them closely love them and admire them. Introverts also know where to draw the line. They will not tolerate any misbehavior. If they are ill-treated, they will speak up for themselves and make sure the person gets the right punishment. They will not tolerate anything which is unjust.
Quiet people are some amazing souls one can find in the universe. We have a lot to learn from them. Love them, respect them and once you bond with them, you will become stronger too.