Introvert Self-Love

Realising my introversion has really brought it all together. My life would have changed to a great deal. I feel proud of my quiet ways and infinitely more calm and happy in my own skin. Embracing who you are can give you a lot of inner peace. Understanding who we are as people makes us feel more at ease, more peaceful.

“Quiet people have the loudest minds.” – Stephen King

woman-1129248_1920Just because I do not speak every thought that goes through my mind doesn’t mean that I’m not constantly thinking.

Some people are going to think you’re weird, or snobby, or sad because you’re a daydreamer and solitude seeker. It’s normal because we are currently living in a world that values extroverts and lost understanding that you need both extroverts and introverts for a healthy society.

Embrace and love the true you, and one day the right people will see you in all your gloriously strange splendour. It’s time to accept who you are and use the strengths introverts have to your advantage instead of fighting against them.

This is me taking the time out of today to tell you that you don’t need anybody to recognise your worth. You are already worthy. You are already good just the way you are. You are you and you are awesome.

“Be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.” – Judy Garland


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