9 replies

  1. Quite true except for #9, I can talk anyones ear off, re #1

  2. Did you get spammed or are commenters being bad? Comment moderation turned on?

  3. I could have used that sweater when we lived in Colorado!

  4. I’m basically an introvert occasionally thrust into public scrutiny. I’ve even got a t-shirt that states.”I’m in my own little world…it’s okay they know me here.” I’ve even got it in several colors.

  5. Wonderful post. I have always been an introvert and okay with it. It’s just that most of society isn’t. Time Magazine had an article on this: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2105432,00.html

    Unfortunately you need to subscribe I think to read the full piece.

    Do you think introverts or extroverts have a harder time dealing with disability after stroke? My feeling is that introverts do because they are more used to being by themselves, something that is much harder to do with motor issues. Except for reading online and playing with my cats, I can’t do any of the activities that used to fill my (very happy) days. Perhaps if my days used to be filled with social engagements or I worked in an office with lots of people instead of alone in my studio I wouldn’t feel as deprived.

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