My pastor recently said that when searching for a way to serve in the church you naturally wouldn’t put an introvert on the host team. I am an introvert and I am on the host team. Being introverted doesn’t mean that we hide in a hole of shy loneliness all day. We just don’t need to constantly feed off the attention of others to maintain our happiness.
It is no lie. I am an introvert. I don’t think there is anyone I know who wouldn’t consider me quiet, reserve, and introspective. In many cases, this is true but definitely not all the time. Sometimes, I feel like introverts are viewed in a less-than-positive way from the more outgoing crowd. It is a shame that we (on behalf of introverts) are easily misinterpreted as shy, antisocial, and even snotty. But, hopefully this article shows our side of the story. 🙂
1.) We over think things…a lot. It’s almost like we are living in a separate world where all of our thoughts just explode and evolve into millions of deep scenarios, which can lead to anxiety. We might be silent on the outside but our brains don’t seem to relax.
2.) We speak up when necessary. If we are passionate about something, there is no stopping us voicing our…
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