Introverted Traits When Talking
Introverts, have you ever met people you don't know, who don't care what other people say, introverts, extroverts?
Hey, Introverts, have you ever met someone you did not know before, but when you talk as if you were meeting an old friend, you feel very comfortable talking to them? Maybe what is called the soul of this world is like a living magnet, it attracts people with the same frequency as us, and when we talk to them, we can lose track of time. Still, we can know what happens when introverts are in a group talking about something that does not matter. They do not care what other people are talking about; usually, they speak with their thoughts, even if you see them watching you, their eyes, their body, their heads all pointing at you, but believe me, if you talk about something that introverts do not think is important, they will not listen to you. Believe me; they do not listen to you when you talk about something you do not feel necessary. But believe me, introverts do not listen to you and repeat your last sentences when discussing something you do not think is essential. What happens when these talkative people tell extroverts that they will never finish their story because extroverts do not like to listen to other people’s stories? Suppose you told them about your beach vacation last Sunday. In that case, they might even interrupt your conversation and replace it with an account—those who also go to the beach once may be ordinary but told excitingly. They know they are good at concocting stlevelsunlike introverts who say the truth and sound dull. When they talk, introverts are very different from extroverts. They procrastinate in responding to a topic. Usually, they first discuss in their mind if it is crucial or offensive, and often they do not have the right time to say it. While waiting for the right time, their body gives signs that they are a little more active than before; they change their posture, fix their mouth like little stones, grip with their fingers, or breathe deeper; these are all efforts to relax their body to be able to express their thoughts successfully because saying something that needs to be heard is difficult for introverts. It’s like standing at the end of a bridge; a few minutes later, it’s your turn to jump. Even though you know you are underwater, it still looks terrible. In reality, it does not work that way; usually, introverts lose their words in the middle. The pressure from the listener’s eyes causes them to be mentally exhausted and want to finish the story quickly. Another prominent characteristic of introverts is that they tend to pay attention to only one interlocutor when three or four people are listening to them at the table. Introverts talk, and if no one is listening to them, they cut their story short or stop talking because the sincerity of the other person when they respond encourages them to tell the story; the more different people need to speak, the more introverts know they can quickly tell, and often they dominate the conversation.