8 thoughts on “Codependent no more, but still quite the introvert

  1. I have found that the older I get, the more introverted I become. The saying “the more people I meet, the more I love my dogs”. Yeah, it’s like that. I find peace in those soulful eyes, looking up at me and willing to listen while their head rests in my lap. Unabashedly, unconditional friendship.

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  2. It’s not so much that I don’t like others or to be around them, it just doesn’t take long to get my fill and move on. I always thought there was something wrong with me, too, but since getting into blogging, I’ve realized, there are many of us out there. It’s a wonderful outlet where I can meet others who are like me and get me, socialize online, and turn off the computer when I’m done. It’s perfect! Thanks for the reminder that I’m not alone in my aloneness.
    Kimberly
    Passing Down the Love #AtoZ

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  4. I think we introverts are simply people who have over-active empathy. We feel everything the people around us feel. And have to finally get away from it!
    This is SO me! I have to be alone for a few minutes just to get myself set again. I look forward to my few minutes just before I fall asleep to play my little solitaire game and just be . . . me.

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