here is a post in contrast to this one: confessions of an extrovert.
an introvert doesn't mind going to work early in the morning or late at night, because that means the front desk people aren't there to greet her.
an introvert likes to sit in an edge seat/against a wall in a classroom, a theatre, etc. so fewer people can sit by her.
an introvert doesn't mind coming home to an empty apartment. there is a strange sense of relief, actually.
an introvert looks forward to going to her classes of 150+ people because she can just chill there without being called on.
an introvert is content to just listen. if she's just sitting there being quiet, she isn't sad or feeling left out. really.
an introvert has probably wondered why she is relieved when she has nothing to do and nowhere to be.
introverts like to have fun. but they need alone time to charge their batteries. introverts are cool. sometimes society makes us feel like being an introvert is the "wrong" way to be. but guess what, it isn't. extroverts like to experience a lot, and introverts like to know a lot about what they experience*. can you imagine a world of only extroverts? madness. extroverts are cool too, but thank goodness we have a mix.
*i think i got that from the introvert advantage.