- About Aspinou
- Hello I'm Aspinou. I'm 22 year old person. I live in a smaller town, I am a student trying to get through high school still.
I have suffered from depression for several years which is why I'm so behind with school. I'm currently trying to get "back on track" sort of. :)
I'm a communist.
I can be very social at times but is shy other times. It very much depends on my mood. I'm also a little bit awkward and a fan of lots. :)
Anything else? just ask me.
Oh did I tell you I'm a horrible lurker? no?... well I am. >.<
and I love the colour orange!
HOW TO BE FRIENDS WITH AN INTROVERT
1. If you must drag us to a party, please don’t abandon us.
Don’t go rushing off to catch up with your other friends without including the introvert; the inny will die in a corner.
2. If they actually call and wants to talk, listen!
These moments may not come often, since Innies usually work out their problems within their own brains, but that does not mean they are all Bella Swan “suffer in silence” types.
3. Realize that they do want to be alone sometimes.
They may have gone to that party, and even enjoyed it, but they burn out faster than you and need time to recharge alone. The assumption that all introverts are shy really bugs me. This is not always the case. They can be charming, tell jokes, and generally be the life of the party…but for a limited time only.
4. Skip the small talk.
Introverts are reflective beings and enjoy conversations about feelings and debating things like the ontological argument, and whatever interests they have. They can only tolerate chitchat with people they just met or haven’t seen for awhile. If you must tell them your entire jam-packed weekend in detail, check your inny friend for signs of consciousness periodically.
5. Introverts don’t hate people.
They just find them tiring.
6. Introverts are socially aware.
Yes, we are
- Student/looking for job