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4 lines of coke.

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u/Enough_Pomegranate Jul 02 '22

You fool YOU DID DO 4 LINES OF COKE

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u/JockBbcBoy Jul 02 '22

So basically a normal adult at a network event?

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u/er3z7 Jul 02 '22

Literally me exactly right now

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u/JockBbcBoy Jul 02 '22

It's weird being at the point in my career where I've been through that many day one mingle sessions

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u/birdlady404 Jul 02 '22

That's just my ADHD and autism fighting against each other

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u/Shadows798 Jul 02 '22

Stole the words RIGHT outta my mouth, but replace autism with anxiety.

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u/almostedgyenough Jul 02 '22

Yep same. ADHD and PTSD makes me have manic episodes. It fucking sucks

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u/Shadows798 Jul 02 '22

Fortunately I don't experience manic episodes, just times where I feel like a normal energy human being instead of my usual sludge.

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u/StridAst Jul 02 '22

Interestingly enough, manic episodes are not always a euphoric state. Dysphoria is entirely possible with mania. Which can mean anxiety and irritability can also be symptoms of mania.

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u/Shadows798 Jul 02 '22

Damn, guess I experience hypomania then, based on that page. Luckily it never sticks around long enough to go into full mania.

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u/notsocialyaccepted Jul 02 '22

Me with all of the above

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u/My4skinBreaksCondoms Jul 02 '22

Make that all 3 for me

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u/Quibblicous Jul 02 '22

Overachiever.

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u/My4skinBreaksCondoms Jul 02 '22

Also a trait i struggle with

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u/imthatfckingbitch Jul 03 '22

Me too! I've found my people!!!

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u/Helloineedpchelp Jul 03 '22

Aaaah now we can be emo bitches together🥰

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u/JudyLester Jul 02 '22

Anxiety and depression for me. Granted, I've never had coke, don't drink coffee and I've never used Adderall, but I have a whole plethora of other prescription drugs that that may or may not mimic the ones in the tweet.

I'm either gonna talk your ear off or with you'd shut the hell up. There is no in between. And I'm likely not listening if you don't shut up.

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u/annieweep Jul 03 '22

I'm sometimes think.... do I have anxiety because of my adhd or is it the other way around?

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u/The_ArcReactor Jul 02 '22

Perfectly said.

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22 edited Jul 02 '22

Does everyone on Reddit have autism? Holy fuck. People like you treating that shit like it's a personality trait or something.

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u/calm_chowder Jul 02 '22

Does everyone on Reddit have autism?

I realize you're trolling but I'm gonna pretend it's a genuine question. Obviously everyone on reddit isn't Autistic, but it has a much higher percentage of autists than the general population because it's basically the perfect app for autists:

Reddit is a relatively safe space to have social interactions and is specifically set up to have suuuper niche interest subs where you can talk to other people passionate about your special interest, and if you don't like an interaction you can simply stop it by putting the phone down and the anonymity and lack of social body language and expressions eliminates most of the social interactions autists most struggle with. Being Autistic doesn't mean you want to be alone, but in-person interactions can be too demanding/confusing/overwhelming.

Plus you probably know way more autists in real life than you realize, as "masking" is a skill many autists have learned. It's incredibly draining for the autists but many autists (especially female autists) are so practiced at masking that even close friends and family may not realize they're autistic. On reddit people feel safe saying "I'm autistic". In person an autist (especially of Millennial or older generations) most autists don't go around telling people they're autistic because there was (and to a large extent still is) a significant stigma to it, and also because fewer people of those generations received diagnosis as children due to the condition being much less understood (same thing with ADHD). It's getting better as time goes on.

Also if it irks you (which it seems it does) you're going to suffer confirmation bias about autism on reddit.

Source: Psych degree.

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u/TheDocHealy Jul 02 '22

it's perfect for people like me cause we can get even more invested in our hyper fixations and just feel safe cause the other people on those subs also really love the topic, and I wasn't even diagnosed until I was in college and talking to a therapist who recommended I get tests done.

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u/PunaPartisaani1918 Jul 02 '22

You seem to know a lot about this, so, I have been suspecting for some time that I have autism because I get super invested in random topics and have a memory like a dictionary, I can recall nearly anything, especially if it's got to do with people I know, BUT I'm super disorganized, and schedules make me bored and anxious, I do a lot of stuff on impulse like going on trips without telling anyone and change my appearance drastically from time to time, and I always crave more social interaction, people I already know make me bored so I enjoy talking to strangers more, and thus have multiple friend groups, could I be on the spectrum?

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u/Etios_Vahoosafitz Jul 02 '22

the tweet is talking about adhd symptoms, so people who also express these symptoms or have an official diagnosis might think to talk about it. hope that helps

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u/SyntheticCephalopod Jul 02 '22

Hey guys! I found the asshole!

Aren’t they so cool with their judgement over how other people live their lives?

Boy, I bet their life is filled with rainbows, kittens, and puppies licking their face every day!

Imagine how bleak the world would be without people like this around to tell us how we should feel.

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u/brandimariee6 Jul 02 '22 edited Jul 02 '22

They reminded me of the countless assholes I’ve met since I was diagnosed with PTSD in 2009. I have psychogenic seizures because of it, and people would ask about them. As soon as I would say PTSD, some would roll their eyes and make a comment like “psssh oh yeah? How long were you deployed?”

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u/imok96 Jul 02 '22 edited Jul 02 '22

I had an experience were a gas station attendant started to talk about his experience in Afghanistan and how being a medic gave him ptsd. I feel for people with ptsd but that’s a bit much to drop on a 17 year old kid who just came in to pump gas and is dealing with his own shit, I didn’t even know what empathy was until I was 23

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u/brandimariee6 Jul 02 '22

When people ask what caused mine, I always give them a warning. “It’s pretty bad, it can be hard to hear.” People will really want to know, but then some get mad if I actually answer

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u/imok96 Jul 02 '22

I’m sorry to hear that, hopefully you can talk to friends who aren’t judgmental

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u/brandimariee6 Jul 02 '22

Thank you for your support! I’ve always seen it like this: if they’re judgmental, they don’t need to be in my life. That’s why I’m so open about it, I gotta find the ass holes.

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u/imok96 Jul 02 '22

Personally getting along with assholes is just part of life, I’ve been lucky enough to that assholes seem to like me for some reason, I’m super nice to everyone so no idea why they give me preferential treatment. But once you’ve reached that point in your life that you don’t need anything from anyone then yeah fuck them assholes

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

You finally get that attention you've been lacking at home after you made this comment?

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u/SyntheticCephalopod Jul 02 '22

I did! Thank you so much!

My girl came back to me, my dog found his way home and, best of all, MY TRUCK STARTED!

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

I do what I can

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u/CouplaWarwickCappers Jul 02 '22

Take it easy champ. He has a point.

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u/_Its_Accrual_World Jul 02 '22

Please explain the point to me and include how the original commenter uses autism as a personality trait.

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u/GhostButtTurds Jul 02 '22

It’s a confirmation bias. People who have these symptoms will express that they do, making it seem like a larger percent of the population on Reddit have it. He does not have a point.

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u/TheDocHealy Jul 02 '22

1 in 10 people have autism and it's more common as diagnosing it becomes easier to catch, but go off I guess...

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u/MemeMachineYT Jul 02 '22

Actually roughly 40% of the population is neurodivergent so experience this actually is universal

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u/Shadows798 Jul 02 '22

A LOT of people on reddit do, yeah. Surprise, people who are neurodivergent feel more comfortable online.

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u/ccvgreg Jul 02 '22

Nah man this is accurate as fuck.

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u/s13g_h31l Jul 02 '22

Not really, most of them are just teenagers who would call sadness depression

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u/MercilessHobo Jul 02 '22

People like you are why I didn't take any medication until I was 26. I always told myself I was "just sad". Until I finally talked to a professional and was diagnosed by two different doctors with "severe major depressive disorder". After a couple months of medication my life completely changed for the better. I had felt that way since I was 12. But people like you called me "just a teenager who calls sadness depression". In reality I had an actual chemical imbalance that was being brushed off as sadness.

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u/Elisevs Jul 02 '22

Well, I'm 34 and going to professional therapy. Maybe you are underestimating the mental health crisis of entire generations growing up in poverty in a world where the economy, social order, and climate are dissolving before their eyes. But sure, just assume that they are just being overly dramatic. Whatever makes you happy.

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

It's one thing to be diagnosed and have your challenges but to mention it every chance you get is kinda like the vegan letting everyone know they're vegan.

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u/MrPQQpybutthole Jul 02 '22

One thing to consider is that most of these people probably don't mention it every chance they get but there are so many people on the internet that some people mentioning their mental illnesses occasionally adds up to you seeing it all the time and ascribing intentions to their actions that are not really there.

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u/Boxerboy02 Jul 02 '22

You are a hateful person, and I hate you for it.

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

Oh nooo... Lonely little alcoholic incel u/boxerboy02 doesn't like what I said. Go complain to all those friends that celebrated your birthday with you.

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u/Boxerboy02 Jul 02 '22

Rofl, case and point.

Are you going to make fun of me for being autistic next?

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

iM aUtIsTiC feel sorry for me

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

Holy shit you got me. Run. Go tell all your friends about this monumental victory.

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u/Boxerboy02 Jul 02 '22

Bahaha, you spend your time trying to be cruel on Reddit.

How pathetic. Your life must be great...

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u/MrPQQpybutthole Jul 02 '22

Brother, doesn't that make you hateful too?

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

I guess I missed when being mentally challenged became cool. I guess it's like going to the hospital just to feel like someone cares about you.

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u/_Its_Accrual_World Jul 02 '22

Lol imagine being this unhappy with your life that you go online just to try and make other people feel bad. What a toxic asshole.

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

iMaGiNe BeInG... You got any other over used regurgitated generalizations? Gonna tell me how fun I am at parties? Call me snowflake? Boomer? Incel? What other bullshit played out comments you gonna copy like you're being fresh and original?

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u/_Its_Accrual_World Jul 02 '22

Haha it's not a generalization. People that are happy don't do what you're doing. It's weird, man.

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

Who'd have thought... The armchair psychologist thing. Fuck dude. Can you process an original thought? Or you just that hard up to fit in where you can't come up with your own material?

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u/_Its_Accrual_World Jul 02 '22

How much time do you spend doing this day to day? I'm genuinely curious.

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

Aww fuck look out. More assumptions coming my way because you don't agree with my comment.

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u/SocCon-EcoLib Jul 02 '22

You managed to trigger the Reddit weirdos.

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u/bumbletowne Jul 02 '22

Aren't those considered the same thing? Like 20 years ago they merged it all into a spectrum disorder. Or was it ADD. I don't know brain stuff.

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u/birdlady404 Jul 03 '22

Asperger's was an old term that was phased out and combined with autism spectrum disorder, and ADD isn't used anymore because ADHD is the correct diagnosis.

Autism and ADHD are two separate disorders that can cause executive dysfunction, and a lot of people who are autistic also have ADHD, so that's why people tend to think of them as similar :)

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u/Agitated-Tadpole1041 Jul 02 '22

After 4 lines of coke…..

“So, anyways, after my second grade teacher told me…..”

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u/cautious_formula Jul 02 '22

This sounds like a generic human trait

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u/PorcupineTheory Jul 02 '22

I'm either talking or not talking. There is no in between.

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u/I_dont_like_things Jul 02 '22

Almost all of these “look how special I am” posts are just basic shit posted by doofuses with main character syndrome.

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u/_MrMaster_ Jul 02 '22

You're right... The label "extroverted introvert" is completely useless and describes the normal desire of a human being to both have cooldown time alone and energetic time of activity among preferred company. Absolutely nothing special or notable about it.

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u/TheOtherCoenBrother Jul 02 '22

Bro you’re just a normal human being lmao not everything about you is going to be special or unique. “I like talking or not talking”, yeah so does most of the human population

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u/xXbean_machineXx Jul 02 '22

“In between breaths in I try and take a breath out”

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u/SweetElements Jul 02 '22

introvert doesnt mean "shy". it just means that social interactions tire you. youre not an "extroverted introvert" youre just one or the other depending on if it drains you or not.

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u/SaltyBabe Jul 02 '22

I LOVE talking to people it gives me life, until I go home then I deflate and die for three days.

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u/daymanxx Jul 02 '22

Same. I used to work in sales so my whole job was basically making friends all day. Being that outgoing is exhausting. It turned me into a hermit because all I would want to do after work or on weekends was be left alone.

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u/Eazy_DuzIt Jul 02 '22

My favorite explanation is that extroverts recharge by being around others & socializing, and introverts recharge by being by themselves

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u/ravioliguy Jul 02 '22

Yea just sounds like they're a social introvert

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u/MxM111 Jul 02 '22

Another tell tail is if you like small or large parties more.

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u/eherqo Jul 02 '22

Isn’t that what they’re saying? Sometimes socializing is draining so they’re introverted and sometimes it’s energizing so they’re extroverted

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u/Ebinebinebinebin Jul 02 '22

Talking is socializing but listening is also socializing. I have extrovert friends who like to listen and an introvert friend who is very talkative. Both can be equally draining or restorative

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u/Kroneni Jul 02 '22

They likely mean “outgoing introvert” or “shy extrovert” introverted extrovert is an oxymoron

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u/FlutterKree Jul 02 '22

Introverts can pop off when talking about things they like. As well, it really depends on the environment. Are they one-on-one? That's not as nearly as draining. 10+ people? Can be heavily taxing.

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u/Neat-Strategy3776 Jul 02 '22

Ambivert. The word you’re looking for is ambivert.

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u/tkTheKingofKings Jul 02 '22

Nah, average. The word you’re looking for is average.

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u/Enzhymez Jul 02 '22

I fucking hate these post because that’s literally all it is lol

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u/Wayyd Jul 02 '22

"I'm so unique, sometimes I really like talking, and other times I don't! It's based off how I'm feeling at the time!"

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u/ZachAttack6089 Jul 02 '22

This is pretty much what horoscopes and personality tests are lol.

"You always have a lot on your mind but you usually keep it to yourself" (describes 40% of humans on the planet)

"OMG this is literally me!!"

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u/PabloEdvardo Jul 02 '22

Ambivert / extraverted introvert is a phrase extraverts made up to seem cool and quirky when they stay in for the weekend

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u/molgriss Jul 02 '22

Or when you realize both extroverted and introverted activities are draining and you need some kind of balance to keep positive. Since by your logic it can also be applied to introverts that sometimes go to a party/bar/major social event and don't want to immediately be anywhere else.

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u/FlutterKree Jul 02 '22

Yeah, no. This is mis-categorizing introverts. Introverts do not lack energy, they become drained when overwhelmed by too much stimulus in the environment. They can be talkative just as much as an extrovert, it really just depends on the setting/environment/topic/etc.

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u/Aray_614 Jul 02 '22

I was gonna say that...

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u/williamtbash Jul 02 '22

Yup. And it's honestly the best.

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u/CavernousLiner Jul 02 '22

my husband just shushed me a second ago and i wasn’t even aware that i was talking. last night i startled the living shit out of our friends because they had no idea i was in the room and nobody had came or left for a few hours, so they didn’t expect a voice from the couches behind them to abruptly break a lull in the conversation. i exist to create chaos honestly

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u/almostedgyenough Jul 02 '22

Lmao you sound exactly like me! Good to know others do this too. I scare my fiancé all the damn time lol

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u/guacamolehaha123 Jul 02 '22

People really don’t know what these words mean

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u/FreeFortuna Jul 02 '22

It annoys the shit out of me how people don't understand what introversion and extroversion are.

It's about where you get your energy from. If being alone is exhausting, that's extraversion. If being around people is exhausting, that's introversion.

It annoys the shit out of me when people don’t know the original definitions of introversion and extroversion (see Carl Jung), but proceed to lecture others because their preferred definition must be the right one.

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u/JB-from-ATL Jul 02 '22

You are also lecturing someone because your preferred definition must be the right one.

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u/FreeFortuna Jul 02 '22

I never stated my preferred definition or the “right” one. I just pointed out that theirs is not the only one (or even the original one), and yet they’re irritated when people don’t accept their definition as the One True Answer.

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u/TheGrimGriefer3 Jul 02 '22

It just so happens that their preferred definition was the original one to be popularized

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u/Solemn__Visitor Jul 02 '22

I'm so squirky aha 🤪

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u/Blackcrackswide Jul 02 '22

It's called Ambivert dummy

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u/Aw3s0meNess Jul 02 '22

Adam Grant at Wharton set out to study this phenomenon, and his findings are fascinating. First, he found that two-thirds of people don’t strongly identify as introverts or extroverts. These people (a.k.a., the vast majority of us) are called ambiverts, who have both introverted and extroverted tendencies. The direction ambiverts lean toward varies greatly, depending on the situation.

Think of introversion and extroversion as a spectrum, with ambiversion lying somewhere in the middle.

Source: Forbes

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u/cabesablanca Jul 02 '22

These long winded jokes people do are not very funny. 1 descriptor would've been perfectly fine

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u/damn_thats_piney Jul 02 '22

i hate people who talk like this i can already tell their favorite word is quirky

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u/CALIFORNIUMMAN Jul 02 '22

All that carbonation would REALLY hurt your sinuses though.

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u/Fix_Me__ Jul 02 '22

My dating profile has me listed as an ambivert.

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u/Rias_Lucifer Jul 02 '22

So basically introvert

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u/discardednoob Jul 02 '22

Tell me you've never done drugs without telling me you've never done drugs

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u/LoupSolitaire_ Jul 02 '22

There is no in between? Well flash news, there is also no such thing as an extroverted introvert. That, is an oxymoron.

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u/Skinny_Jim Jul 02 '22

You just a extrovert how thinks he's introvertiert when He shut up for a goddamn second

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u/playr_4 Jul 03 '22

No no. That's accurate.

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u/ClassyVoid Jul 02 '22

I’m in this photo and I don’t like it

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u/vorrenthlk Jul 02 '22

oh wow, it’s almost as if taking about topics or to people that interest you are stimulating. and things that aren’t stumulating don’t interest you. huh

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u/Few_Dig7979 Jul 02 '22

I'm So QuiRkY LoL

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u/Rap-oleon_Bonaparte Jul 02 '22

"Sometimes I feel like talking, other times not so much" but online so needs to be compared to a mental condition

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u/cokeiscool Jul 02 '22

So you are a normal human being?

Look at me im sooooooo quirky

Ugh

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u/Admirable-Arm-7264 Jul 02 '22

I think that’s just called being socially awkward or mildly autistic

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u/Pharaoh_Misa Jul 02 '22

😌😌😌😌😌😌😌😌😌😌

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u/AggressiveUnoriginal Jul 02 '22

So accurate for me

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u/TTungsteNN Jul 02 '22

Same, depends on the person/subject

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u/kaboose286 Jul 02 '22

That's just an extrovert with anxiety

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u/dirty_drowning_man Jul 02 '22

Yeah, I'm bipolar too.

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u/IT_Gibbed Jul 02 '22

Written by a 12 year old. Doing coke makes you annoying as fuck. Stupid drug

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u/gggdebeste Jul 02 '22

They know, they found out

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u/uncultured_swine2099 Jul 02 '22

Im an introvert, but if Im interested in our conversation and have chemistry I could talk to you for hours.

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u/TheWorldIsEndinToday Jul 02 '22

I feel like this is me but also everyone I know

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u/K1FF3N Jul 02 '22

I’m sure someone will correct me that it’s called something else now but, my dudes, this is bi-polar manic-depressive.

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u/UtaTan Jul 02 '22

So, an ambivert.

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u/SL13377 Jul 02 '22

I’m one of these. We are called Omniverts

Also this is People with ADHD in one sentence

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u/Sheriff_of_Reddit Jul 02 '22

If you do all that you’ll probably just end up with a heart attack.

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u/Crooked_Cock Jul 02 '22

I’ll talk for hours about shit I’m interested in to anyone who will listen but fuck if I’m going to sit in a conversation and listen to someone talk about what they did this afternoon

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u/Ducatirules Jul 02 '22

I use what Mike Myers said on inside the actors studio to describe himself. I’m a sight specific extrovert. I’m extroverted at work and nowhere else

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u/sniperjett Jul 02 '22

Adhd, that's all I'm gonna say

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u/sniperjett Jul 02 '22

Source: i have adhd

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u/Forsaken_Car_8649 Jul 02 '22

I took one of those intoversion/extroverted tests from the psychology dept when I was in college, and I too am an extroverted introvert. But only by about 2 percent. They categorized me as an "ambivert', meaning I enjoy being social and outgoing, but I also love my solitude. I guess I got the best of both worlds? I've never heard of anyone using the ambivert phrase since, so maybe they were just messing with me.

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u/AlCaprone Jul 02 '22

Try 4g not lines. Rookie numbers.

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u/TheControlled Jul 02 '22

Bipolar disorder.

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u/ToesyToeNails Jul 02 '22

So... Ambivert? Why are so many people unaware this term exists and the majority (well over 70%) of people are ambiverts? It's like the default.

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u/beric_64 Jul 02 '22

Why are people so obsessed about putting labels to their personality traits? Not having anything to say on a topic you don't know anything about or are not interested in doesn't make you an introvert imo.

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u/UncleWillard5566 Jul 02 '22

So you're like a Hot Pocket? Center's either ice or boiling lava hot?

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u/MilkyView Jul 02 '22

INFP in a one sentence... I guess two..

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u/Razielrad Jul 02 '22

Might be an autistic person infodumping.

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u/My4skinBreaksCondoms Jul 02 '22

4 lines of coke == half a cocaine

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u/LetsAutomateIt Jul 02 '22

I’m just being polite to answer someone while trying to finish my sentences as fast as I can because I don’t like speaking.

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u/Fast_Garlic_5639 Jul 02 '22

Enjoying the fact that 4 lines of coke ACTUALLY more or less equates to 30 mg Adderall / 7 cups of coffee (big lines but still.. these aren't invented numbers)

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u/Jakeomaticmaldito Jul 02 '22

Personal opinion, 30mg of Adderall is not equivalent to the other two

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u/Miss-Chinaski Jul 02 '22

It's still a lot of adderall...I'm prescribed it.

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u/Jakeomaticmaldito Jul 02 '22

I agree it's a lot... But it's not 4 lines of coke a lot 🤣

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u/Miss-Chinaski Jul 02 '22

Well I do take 30 MG of adderall and drink a cup of Cuban espresso everyday so I can escape my silent vows. Adult Anxiety and adhd is a bitch.

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u/mop-116 Jul 02 '22

Conversation is an activity. You wouldn't ride a bike 2 feet and get off. What's even the point in that.

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u/Memer_man32 Jul 02 '22

This is me but with an exception If someone makes any attempt at socializing with me I'll have already done a profile on you in my head deciding if I want to talk your ear off about every little detail about the campaigns of harvest or give you the littlest pitiful excuse for a conversation

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u/Methdogfarts Jul 02 '22

that's just being an addict my man. Don't feel comfortable being myself unless I'm dissociated.

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u/Possums1 Jul 02 '22

so just adhd

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u/Short_Artist_Girl Jul 02 '22

Sometimes I feel to introverted to be able to fit in with extroverts and be able to get into groups but too extroverted for introverts and occasionally feel like I make them not want to be around me by being louder and more energetic and ne uncomfortable by feeling like im taking up more of the conversation :/ I've only had a few really good friends who also aren't in parts of large groups but are also able to keep up with me

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u/mudkip989 Jul 02 '22

Imma just put Roller Coaster Tycoon on an iso so i can mount it wothout cd

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u/ialwaysplayhealer Jul 02 '22

I'm the opposite. An introverted extrovert.

Which means I am perfectly capable of talking. I can talk a lot if you let me especially if it is a topic I know a lot about.

But first I have to build up the energy to engage with people and afterwards I need a nap.

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u/TrickKlepto Jul 02 '22

So ambivert

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u/Stefano_Tudors Jul 02 '22

Me at university, I can be the most interacting person you can see or I can pass an entire day without opening my mounth. Is really mood dependent and based on the person I pass the time with

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u/YoungDiscord Jul 02 '22

You mean an ambivert?

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u/ARI2ONA Jul 02 '22

That’s called an omnivert.

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u/doubtfullyso Jul 02 '22

Wait this is definitely me

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u/Devoratrix_Animas Jul 02 '22

Sounds like bipolar….

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u/armadillo098 Jul 03 '22

It’s so difficult to talk about traits like this with my adhd (anxiety and depression my play a part🤷‍♀️) because it feels like the only reply is just- “well everyone’s like that” there’s already so many comments of “this is a normal human trait” but it’s not. I’m either hating myself for not being able to shut my mouth or sitting frustrated in a freeze state, unable to get up.

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u/FlippingPossum Jul 03 '22

That's just me dealing with mood swings (pmdd) as an introvert.

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u/mikee8989 Jul 03 '22

I'm quiet when I first meet new people but once I'm comfortable with you get ready for some crazy shit.

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u/Blingblingboyi Jul 03 '22

This facts tho. Like if I don’t really know you like that you think im quiet. Then when you really rock with me, you start to think im a crazy loud mouth 😂

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u/nenapod1 Jul 03 '22

This just describes everyone

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u/Thiago_MRX Jul 03 '22

Literally me

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u/s7ormrtx Jul 03 '22

This is more of a r/meirl

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u/Kiki_is_a_Ghost Jul 03 '22

There's actually a term for this, omnivert. They generally have periods of extrovert behavior followed by long periods of needing to de-stress from social interactions. I can be really social for like a day or 2 and then I barely leave the house for several months.

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u/dietwater84 Jul 03 '22

I dont think ive found something so relatable before on here..

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u/Radiant-Elevator Jul 03 '22

I might have called this bi-polar disorder... But my doctor definitely did

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u/joblagz2 Jul 03 '22

or like either your best friend or anybody else.

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u/Rottenox Jul 03 '22

So, a person then.

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u/TheDarkAngel135790 Jul 03 '22

I finally found the word for myself!

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u/GoldKat1234 Jul 03 '22

I didn't want to be related to tonight

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u/AdActive3883 Jul 03 '22

Can you please tag nsfw?

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u/clce Jul 03 '22

So, are we supposed to be suspicious that this person actually did four lines of coke when they're saying they actually have it ADD? I get that people want to joke around and talk about ADD and drugs. But why is this suspiciously specific? The person clearly did not do four lines of Coke and probably never has. Once again, not at all suspiciously specific.

Maybe I just don't get this sub at all

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u/[deleted] Jul 03 '22

Is this pfp a genitalless person?