15 Things That An Introvert Secretly Hates But Will Never Tell You


Are you trying to decode your recent crush who is an introvert

Extroverts definitely have an edge over the introverts because they love communicating their ideas with everyone, they party hard, they do everything in a grandest way possible while an introvert might just prefer to spend an evening at home alone with a book and a cup of coffee. Introverts will never really be much overtly expressive about what turns them off(read, detest) 

Introverts’ things include meditation and yoga classes among a small group of people or a group of like-minded people, peaceful evening walks, one to one deep conversation with close friends and soothing music. 

Introverts might get easily triggered by certain external factors in the environment around them, and therefore it is important that they avoid exposure to certain ambiance and people that can trigger them in a rather negative way.

Introverts are closed books and takes time to open up. Not only these, they are frequently misunderstood. No wonder, there are so many myths about them. 

Here are some things that introverts secretly hate (which they might or might not choose to be vocal about):

If you are an introvert, you will surely relate to these few things, which you so desperately wish to  telepathically convey to others!

1. Being in a social gathering with a lot of people and being forced to talk.

Sometimes, introverts prefer to keep to themselves, even when there are a lot of people around. In fact, this very fact that there are people around can make an introvert close up in their shell and make them not so inclined to have a conversation with anyone.

If their friends or acquaintances around them force them to chitchat, things may even take a turn for the worse because eventually the introvert person will feel that they lost all of their energy. Or they might simply make an exit from the situation.

2. Having a conversation with someone on the phone for a long time.

An introvert would prefer to read a book, or go to that much-coveted meditation class than spending precious time conversing with someone on the phone for no good reason.

It drains them off of their energy and scatters the thoughts in their brain. And it is absolutely vital that they think clearly to function in a proper manner in day-to-day life.

3. Not having enough time to themselves.

alone time

Introverts cherish their alone time, in fact this is the most vital phase of the day for them because that’s when they recharge their batteries. If they do not get sufficient time alone, they will break down, sooner or later because the pressure of daily activities and social interactions will get to them.

4. Brief chit-chats.

This is still something that the introvert can deal with, however getting introduced to someone and having brief encounters is something that is still a pain for them because, energy loss.

5. Being asked to communicate and socialize more.


“Why do you talk so less?”- this is a question that an introvert faces quite frequently and how do you really explain the reason for your introversion?

Written by Alecia Bennett

I hold a master's degree with a clinical psychology specialization. Currently pursuing school counseling courses. I have attended various programs related to mental health issues. A person who takes a keen interest in writing anything about the human mind and behavior.

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