How To Care For Introverts

how-to-careJessica, reminded me of this poster, so I thought I should put it up for all of you who have never seen it.  Pass it on to your friends and loved ones.   It’s a good one to print out and put up at work, if you have the courage to make yourself known to the extrovert world.  If you’re not ready to go public, print it out and secretly leave it on your boss’ chair, or tape it to the computer screen of a truly obnoxious extroverted co-worker.

I don’t know who created this poster, but thanks from all of us who need a little tender loving care and respect from the loud world around us.

Remember to sign up for Club Introvert.

Hi.  I’m Chris.  I’m an introvert.  Look for my ongoing series debunking the introvert myths (Sunday) and introvert cartoons (Wednesday), plus anything else interesting that I find in the meantime.  Come and share with like-minded introverts.  I also contribute to the new food blog Three’s Cooking, learning to cook from the heart, for the soul.

31 thoughts on “How To Care For Introverts

  1. 😀 I’m an aspie, and all rules apart from 9 and 12 counts for me too. 9 is non-applicable as those who knows me know far better than to try and teach me new things. Hahahahaha! Written notes is the way to go there. And 12 doesn’t really count either, as I’m just as much an introvert as an extrovert.

  2. I love this! Gonna download it and post on Facebook. I am every one of these! It is so rich with information. A picture is truly worth a thousand words; well, even though it has words in it. 😉

      • thanx so much for the quiet wishes! moving onto to The Island to join a small ‘Tribe’ of Hippi’s there soon. Been spending as many hours as I can there cleaning a long-past old Friend’s Kabin that I will call home soon. Reason for my sharing is that is is the Most Peace I have experienced in almost a decade! the other day, as I scrubbed the fluorescent green moss off the inside and outside of all the hundred plus windows, skylights and mirrors (to create light inside the non-electrified space!), I heard a very old Doobie Bro.s tune waft lightly across the canyon, where this new Home of mine perches over a small fall of water far below…. I almost squealed like a little Gyrl and fell over from being overwhelmed by sheer giddiness! The room facing the morning sun and overlooking the waterfall below shall be my writing room, where many good works threaten to be in store for me there in the very near future! there are enough rooms and places to sit alone, with to-die-for views for no less than 2 dozen introverts to muse and write undisturbed!

  3. Some tools for introverts when being bugged by extroverts:
    1. A remote to mute, with auto wake up in timer (enough time to run away)
    2. A remote to teleport the extrovert somewhere else

    😀

  4. This is excellent. It would have been great to put up in my Mom’s room when I was young… it was hard to be an introvert with an extrovert mom. But we did ok. What I wish is that my youngest son could wear it somewhere on him! He is in the theatre (actor and technician) and comes across as social and extroverted but is truly not. Luckily he’s been at the same theatre for awhile and people have figured it out. Thanks for the post!

  5. Pingback: Surprise! I’m an Introvert, Who Knew? | The Day After

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