After a few long days of socialising it’s nothing better than to hit the cliffs to do some bouldering. Climb around on the rocks – alone. Focused only on keeping from falling and be alone with your thoughts.
Sadly a lot of non-introverts will probably find this idea and pleasure odd and probably a bit non-normal. To the point the feel the urge to “help” you become “normal” – which is just, in their terms, a way to make you more like them.
Strange, isn’t it? When an extrovert sees an introvert, they see someone who is shy and needs to be helped out of their shell. But for most introverts, when they see an extrovert– not trying to change them –they see someone who is just different. Which is okay, there’s nothing wrong with being different, or at least it shouldn’t be.
Might write another rant later today about how some people often [ab]use mobile phones.
See what I did there?
Also, I’ll be preparing the hopefully launch my writing project beginning of next week.