From an oldie-but-goodie article on “Caring for your Introvert” by Jonathan Rauch:
Are introverts arrogant? Hardly. I suppose this common misconception has to do with our being more intelligent, more reflective, more independent, more level-headed, more refined, and more sensitive than extroverts. Also, it is probably due to our lack of small talk, a lack that extroverts often mistake for disdain. We tend to think before talking, whereas extroverts tend to think by talking, which is why their meetings never last less than six hours.
Heh. All I can say is that it’s a darn good thing extroverts don’t know (and don’t care) what introverts are thinking!
via KaneCitizen (ISTJ)
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