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And all of this discussion about social outings and the like gets ten times more complicated when family visits are involved. The tricks that work for a local family (more but shorter visits) don't help when the family is 500 miles away and you're going to be spending several days there. Family expect you to stay with them if they have the space, but getting a hotel anyway can be a huge help for the introvert.
Why is it always about introverts behaving differently?
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