Being introverted and being shy isn’t the same thing. Introverts experience life differently, in the sense that their hobbies and preferences are different from extroverts. Maybe public speaking and a night at the bar isn’t their cup of tea but this is no reason to misinterpret their preference as anti-social.
Introverts don’t need to be pushed out of their comfort zone and encouraged to try new things, they just need to be accepted for who they are. Anyone who critizes them doesn’t understand the special qualities they hold. It’s time we remember them.
They Tend To Be More Creative
Introverts are able to have time to cultivate the artistic side of their brains. Their interests tend to lie in appreciating music and art over a wild night of drinks. They’re able to spend enough time enjoying culture that they develop their own skills with it.
Introverts don’t mind spending time alone because it means having the freedom to explore their creative outlets and complete their projects. They often turn out to be some of the most talented people.