You might think that being sociable and the constant need for human interaction is kind of the same thing, but that is not true. The first one is a good quality. The second one, on the other hand, is a survival need. You can’t decide to not need that human interaction. We used to think that someone who hangs out by themselves is weird or there is something wrong with them. Those people are more on the introvert spectrum. If we really pause and analyze, you will see that introverts are very strong people. The reason I say that is because they can enjoy their own company and not get bored, not scared of their inner thoughts, feelings, are able to reflect on their actions and improve them for the better. Those people can be very sociable when they need to. They have both qualities and use each of them at the appropriate time(s), circumstance(s). People who always want to be in the company of others are more on the extrovert spectrum. While it’s great to want human connection, the downside to this is that those people never have the time or take time to be by themselves because they are scared to deal with their own thoughts and feelings. That’s why they want to turn off their inner voice. The space of their inner voice is filled with external noise/voice of others. They don’t really know, love themselves. They are not able to see their own mistakes and correct them. The strength of being an introvert is that you are able to stand on your own and don’t need someone else in order to feel whole. They can think for themselves and are not influenced/pressured by societal rules. They are complete individuals on their own. In society, it is considered the norm to always be with people or at least that’s what the majority does. If people took a few minutes of their time during the day to reflect, that would do them some good, but people seem to want to stay away from that as much as possible. I think “lying” might come easier to them or people in general because their mission is to connect with someone, keep that relationship or friendship for as long as possible so they can feel complete. So, they would do their very best to make their mission a reality. Someone who chooses who they hang out with carefully doesn’t feel the same need to lie. That might be a reason why “lying” doesn’t come naturally to them. I am more of an introvert person and it doesn’t come easily for me to lie or that I should lie most of the time. Even if I do, it’s not believable and people recognize that I am not telling the truth. Overall, feeling the necessity to regularly be in people’s company isn’t completely a strong quality or characteristic to emulate, but rather a balance between being sociable and being alone. If you learn to embrace your “alone time”, you will discover who you are, the uniqueness about you, your personality, your strengths and weaknesses, your likes and dislikes, how and where do you fit in the World. Being self-aware about those will only help in the improvement of your life and well-being.
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