My Energy Source of Seclusion

For those close and dear that wonder why I’m not near. Why I say I’m tired and someone responds with what time they woke up in comparison. No my dear, I’m tired of being around people. It’s something you can’t explain easily.

When you’re inside, someone’s always knocking at the door. If you’re outside you’re probably knocking at someone’s door.

Where Introverts Get Their Energy

Introverts tend to get their energy from within, so being with people is draining. After a day filled with people or activities, introverts tend to feel exhausted and empty. To recharge their batteries introverts need to be alone reading, daydreaming, painting, or gardening – any solo activity fills them up again. This doesn’t mean introverts have to live alone in a cave in the hills or on Walden Pond; they just need quiet time to come back to themselves.

The energy source for introverts is from within.

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