10 Quotes For The Introvert In Your Life

It’s hard for an introvert to be in the world. Here are 10 quotes that will make the introvert in your life feel understood.

1. “Writing is something you do alone. It’s a profession for introverts who want to tell you a story but don’t want to make eye contact while doing it.” John Green

2. “…because I rant not, neither rave of what I feel, can you be so shallow as to dream that I feel nothing? ” R.D. Blackmore

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3. “The limited circle is pure.”  Franz Kafka

4. “When introverts are in conflict with each other…it may require a map in order to follow all the silences, nonverbal cues and passive-aggressive behaviors!”  Adam S. McHugh

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5. “He always thinks because I’m reading, I’m not doing anything. There is no greater plague to an introvert than the extroverted.” Pierce Brown

6. “All this talking, this rather liquid confessing, was something I didn’t think I could ever bring myself to do. It seemed foolhardy to me, like an uncooked egg deciding to to come out of its shell: there would be a risk of spreading out too far, turning into a formless puddle.” Margaret Atwood

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7. “Introverts live in two worlds: We visit the world of people, but solitude and the inner world will always be our home.”  Jenn Granneman

8.“As an introvert, you crave intimate moments and deep connections–and those usually aren’t found in a crowd.” ― Jenn Granneman

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9. “…my wants are few, and at any rate I had peace and quietness and wasn’t always being asked to come along and do something. And I’ve got such an active mind – always occupied, I assure you!”  Kenneth Grahame

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10. “There are two races on earth. Those who need others, who are distracted, occupied and refreshed by others, who are worried, exhausted and unnerved by solitude as by the ascension of a terrible glacier or the crossing of a desert. And those, on the other hand, who are wearied, bored, embarrassed, utterly fatigued by others, while isolation calms them, and the detachment and imaginative activity of their minds bathes them in peace.”  Guy de Maupassant