Being an introvert hasn’t stopped you from leading a rich social life. You can outwardly appear to be an extrovert, so people tend to treat you as such and are often surprised to learn otherwise.You prefer close relationships with a few people and are capable of balancing a healthy social life with much-needed alone time to recharge. You’re often seen sitting in a café, sipping cappuccinos solo.You don’t usually feel anxious in social situations, but you’ll be ultimately drained by them. Don’t feel bad about taking the time you need to rest and reset. And remember not to overload yourself, you can’t make everyone happy."The limited circle is pure.” — Franz KafkaWe've got just the shirt for you!
You’re a daydreamer and you’re totally ok with it! You spend a lot of time in your head because you enjoy your company. You live a rich inner life and are usually in tune with your emotions. You love getting lost in a good book and are quite creative. You love music and may even play an instrument. You are arguably more self-aware and introspective than your introvert counterparts. You love studying and learning. You’re often found with your nose in a book.Don’t forget about your friends’ lives and feelings. And if you need a little extra time to process, don’t be afraid to ask for it. Maintaining healthy relationships will keep you in touch with the rest of the world while providing inspiration for your creative endeavors.“There’s a difference between preferring books to parties and preferring sixteen cats to seeing the light of day." — Lauren MorrillWe've got just the shirt for you!
You don’t love socializing and you’re ok with it. You generally feel awkward in social settings, so you tend to avoid them at all costs.You may feel you’re a bit lacking in the social skills department which can make you self-conscious; you can’t stand the feeling of eyes on you as you enter a room. And even when you’re surrounded by close friends, you can feel completely alone.You can really get inside your own head, sometimes ruminating for hours or even days. Keep a journal to jot these obsessive thoughts down and do something good for yourself each day. Get out into nature and find a hobby that satisfies the mind. And remember it’s ok to reach out for help from a close friend or even a therapist to help you learn strategies to overcome your anxieties.“Telling an introvert to go to a party is like telling a saint to go to Hell." — Criss JamiWe've got just the shirt for you!
You’re the quiet one! It takes you a little longer to open up to new people in your life, but if they can practice patience with you, they’ll have a loyal friend for life.You may be seen as reserved or even sluggish; you need to take your time to prepare for the day or for a special event. Remember, it’s ok to give yourself extra time. Give people a warning and they’ll wait for you.You prefer to make plans over spontaneous activities, and this can sometimes lead to you feeling left out and therefore isolated. Cultivate an introvert-friendly lifestyle, including friends and family who make plans and stick to them. “The only problem with seeing people you know is that they know you." — Brent RunyonWe've got just the shirt for you!