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When people wish to speak to you, but you presently want to be left alone, and when you don't feel like having a conversation with them, they get irritated, thinking that you're angry at them.
 

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When people say lots of stuff but you don't really have an opinion worth actually voicing out loud so you just nod and acknowledge while you go into more detail over it in your mind without saying a single thing out loud the whole time. Then you start to notice how it somewhat disappoints to the other person. Get annoyed because wtf.
 

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I think the most frustrating thing is when you've been around people all day and how exhausted you get from just that. Talking all day shouldn't have to be like that but I sure do we in a grumpy mood when I forced to be in group settings or with people for hours. Work is the worst! I get snappy after a while, I become short and abrupt. I totally appear to be INTJ at times because of just THAT!
 

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Not being able to calm down when I'm upset or angry because someone is trying to fix me or look after me when all they need to do is give me five minutes on my own and I'll be fine.
 

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"Stop talking so much!!!" (people always think they're SO original with that one)

*comes up into your face and interrupts your thought process* "ARE YOU OKAY?!"

"Cheer up!"

"Why are you so sad looking?"

"Why are you so quiet?"

"Have you heard of Facebook? You can go on there and get tons of friends, I think it would be good for you.' < The most rude and awkward one I've ever heard.
 

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"Stop talking so much!!!" (people always think they're SO original with that one)
*comes up into your face and interrupts your thought process* "ARE YOU OKAY?!"
"Cheer up!"
"Why are you so sad looking?"
"Why are you so quiet?"
"Have you heard of Facebook? You can go on there and get tons of friends, I think it would be good for you.' < The most rude and awkward one I've ever heard.
All of the above plus being told I need to “get out of my shell”, and when telling someone I don’t like group activities being told “well, we’ll just have to fix that!” :rolleyes:
 

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When others think I don't like people, when actually I do alot. I just need alot of down time to recharge after a big event.

Right now my life is a bit of a different place, I have control over my situations more so I can choose to go out or not and I enjoy it more. A few years ago I was in a situation where I had no choice, my life was constantly on the go and I probably only had one or two days a month where I had a whole day of not interacting with a person outside of my home. So I treasured those days and did whatever I wanted, which was usually absolutely nothing. I would stay in lounge clothes and wouldn't answer my door. I cut phone conversations short and spent the day recharging.

So anyway, I like people time but I definitely need downtime, and often when people see me being quiet they think I'm anti-social but I'm really not. So that is frustrating for me at times, but I've learned to ignore what they say because I know the ones who take time to get to know me will find out who I really am and those are the ones worth knowing me.
 

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Ehh. I love group works, but everytime someone fucks up, I do all the work myself....
Or, it's hard to get to talk to people...
 
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The fact that it's such an energy-using effort to interact with people and think of things to say. That could also be partly from my shyness though. I want to make friends and do stuff with people like everyone else, but that first step isn't easy.
 
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"Stop talking so much!!!" (people always think they're SO original with that one)

*comes up into your face and interrupts your thought process* "ARE YOU OKAY?!"

"Cheer up!"

"Why are you so sad looking?"

"Why are you so quiet?"

"Have you heard of Facebook? You can go on there and get tons of friends, I think it would be good for you.' < The most rude and awkward one I've ever heard.
LOL XD

Don't forget "Wow, you can talk?!?!?"


It's frustrating how everyone around me seem to be able to make friends so easily, and I as an INTJ try to find the secret forumla
 

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Getting irritated and moody when you've spent too much time socialising. I never tire from being with the person I love though. I get bored of films easily and have to put music on or I sneak my way up stairs without telling anyone where I'm going.
 
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There is nothing worse than feeling put on the spot by an extrovert to express your thoughts, feelings, or to come up with something to do. Seriously dude, can we just chill?


Also, how much energy it takes to be in large social settings (work included). My job demands I deal with large amounts of people all day long. By the time I get home all I want to do is curl up with a book. My friends get upset, because they want to spend time with me and I am just too mentally exhausted to want to do anything. Extroverts have it easy. They go out with people and feel energized. I have to save up all my energy in order to go out.
 
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Only being confident about talking when you've known the people for a long time (there are sometimes exceptions, when feeling comfortable), being spontaneous in general but not when talking and only having to have friends in the direct environment (for me it's my class) and not finding other people who you can relate to. We're only 7 girls in my class, three of them my friends, but there's just not much potential to choose.
 
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