Quiet: The Power of Introverts - By Susan Cain The Shawshank Redemption (1994 Dear Extroverts — Please Don’t Worry When Introverts Are Quiet You know how sometimes an idea keeps presenting itself to you in various ways until you feel it’s a sign of something? That’s how this post came about. In a couple of other blog posts I’ve read lately, the idea of silence as a negative kept popping up. So here’s an open letter to all extroverts on the topic of introverts and silence. Dear Extroverts, We know it’s of great concern to you that introverts are sometimes — or often — quiet. We aren’t upset. It’s not a reflection on you. We’re thinking about what to say next. 1. Here’s the process for introverts: 1. We know you have the best intentions when you are worried about us. Imagine what an introvert child will think when parents or teachers are constantly asking, “Why are you so quiet?” So — don’t worry. Sincerely, Introverts everywhere Image credit: dirkercken / 123RF Stock Photo
Sin City (2005 5 More Things You Can Do To Make A Quiet Person Feel Bad You can read the first 5 Things You Can Do To Make A Quiet Person Feel Bad here. 1. Tell the quiet person she should smile more  If you want to make a quiet person feel bad, tell her to smile more, as there’s nothing like being passively shamed into not meeting the American culture’s daily smile quota. The American nation is indeed one of fake laughs, put-on smiles (I’ve worked two office jobs in my life – both of my bosses informed me that I hadn’t learned my Fake Smile yet, which, if I think about it long enough, begins to seem like an insane concept) and objectively erratic behavior to fill silences that have somehow come to mean awkwardness. So – when a quiet person does not smile, the most enthusiastic of us might be tempted to get them back on the train. 2. Directing all attention to a quiet person while joking that he is obviously bored and not having a good time is a very poignant, sharp way to make a quiet person feel bad. 3. 4. 5.
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