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I am deeply offended by this article. I am an introvert, proud of my sensitivity to others, my exceptional listening skills and the meaningful relationships I have my with family & friends & co-workers. I don't feel "stuck" with my personality, nor do I feel that I should be more outgoing. I feel blessed to have been born an introvert and I think it's one of my greatest gifts. I have no desire to become more extroverted. Come on Psychology Today, you can do better than this. How about an article titled "Can An Extrovert Ever Change?"
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