It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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i am great at pretending to be extroverted, that's never been the problem. most people who know me, outside of my close personal friends and family, think i'm an extrovert. actually even my sister and brother thought i was an extrovert. i've worked in retail 17 years, i'm amazing at being social. my problem is i hate doing it and it drains me horribly. i get really really bad introvert hangovers. how do you change that? i've always been a fake it til you make it kind of person, but i've been faking it for 30 years, when do i make it already?
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