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How Introverts Keep Their Friendship

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Do you have any introverted friends? People who have tend to prefer spending time alone than with other people. People who prefer traveling alone to traveling together. People who need time to mingle with new surroundings and meet strangers. At first glance, introverts seem very lonely, but they actually have as many friends as extroverts. So, how do they keep in touch with their friends? Come on, find out how in the following review.

Is it true that the introvert has few friends?

Introverts find it quite tiring to spend time with other people. For that, they prefer time to be alone. They will use this time to rest or do things that they enjoy, such as reading, writing, or anything else that can satisfy their heart.

Of these personality traits, many assume that introverts will not have friends. However, according to Sophia Dembling, an editor and author of a book entitled The Introvert’s Way: Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World, explains that it is not that most introverts don’t want many friends. They just tend to be more selective in choosing friends. This small circle of friends makes it easier for them to maintain better friendship.

How to keep in touch with introvert people

Even though introverts can get along well, there are challenges that they have to face in establishing friendships. Introverted people prefer to spend time on themselves, so they often ignore time with friends. So that this personality does not damage the friendship, you can apply several things to maintain friendship, namely:

1. Don’t ignore your friend’s messages or calls
For those of you who often ignore messages or calls from your friends, from now on, change the habit. As simple as it may seem, picking up the phone and replying to the message shows you care. If you don’t have time to pick up the phone, be sure to call back as soon as possible.

If you don’t want calls or messages to interfere with your activities, let your friends know whenever you can freely reply to messages or pick up the phone. By building connections like this, the bonds of friendship will be stronger.

2. Tell your friend what you don’t like
What do you do if you don’t like something? Most of you will probably avoid it. However, this is not the case for introverts. Most of the time, introverts seems to ‘avoiding’ other people, not to damage their friendship. If the introvert does this, it because he doesn’t want to disturb his quality time for himself.

To keep in touch, introverts may need to open up a little. Yes, if you don’t like something your friend is doing then tell them what you don’t like. Don’t even take the wrong action, like continuing to ignore messages and phone calls or dodging when asked to hang out. Trying to open up gives your friend the opportunity to further understand and appreciate you.

3. Address your feelings
People who have an introverted personality are usually more comfortable writing down what they think than talking about it directly, especially when they are not ready. In addition, it becomes more fun to be a good listener and uncomfortable to spit out what he feels.

Even so, you need to get out of that comfort zone. Try to express what you think and feel. This is one way to increase mutual trust and maintain good relationships with friends.

4. Understanding each other traits
Friendship, just like any other relationship, need a compromise between both parties. Introverts need to understand that extrovert need more quality time moment such as watching movies together, hang out, traveling in group, e.t.c. On the other side, extrovert also need to provide equal time for introverts to have their ‘me time’ moment.

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