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Introversion vs Shyness

Introversion vs Shyness

Shyness indicates a fear of people or social situations. Introverts, simply do not like to spend a lot time interacting with other people. However, they really appreciate being around people theyโ€™re close to.

They avoid โ€œsmall talkโ€ and crave deep, meaningful conversations. Introverts think about things before talking. They want to have a full understanding of a concept before they voice an opinion or try to offer an explanation.

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