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Great example. I'd also like to mention, that introverts are people who prefer a lower level of stimulation and feel drained out after too much social interaction. That doesn't necessarily mean they don't enjoy social interaction. I'm an introvert myself and I'm an instructor so I need to interact with students all the time and I really enjoy it. However, I feel there is this misconception that introverts don't like interacting with people or that they are somehow less likable.
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