The Plight of the Observant Introvert

We introverts have always known how to sit back and watch, to fade into the wallpaper, to silently sip our drinks while our eyes scan clusters of chattering humans, meanwhile engaging in cataloging inside our heads. The more reflective of our breed, especially, has always known the peculiar satisfaction there is in watching life. We are content to gaze through the window, so to speak, at passing pedestrians and to smile and…

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Writer of economics, psychology, and lots in between. laurennreiff@gmail.com

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