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9 Habits of Extroverts That Introverts Hate the Most

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Introverts enjoy people-watching. Extroverts enjoy people watching.

Extroverts and introverts are people with quite contrasting personalities, so they often oppose each other because of dissimilarities in their viewpoints, regulations, and priorities. Some individuals think that introverts and extroverts are as opposite as black and white colors, while others accept that introversion and extroversion are two ends of a spectrum which means that people can behave like an introvert in some situations and like an extrovert in others. Although they’re living on the same planet, making friendships, and working together, the competition still happens because they suppose misinterpretation and mistreatment by each other.

There are nine manners of extroverts that introverts don’t like.

1. Breaking the Quietness

Introverts are alone butterflies who love peace and silence too much. They can spend the whole weekend at home without meeting anyone. On the other hand, extroverts are outgoing people who enjoy parties and hangouts. Introverts need alone time to rest and make their senses recover after an extremely exhausting day. Extroverts think silence is awkward and boring; life is fun when talking to others, so they always try to break the silence by starting a discussion which most introverts don’t like because introverts hate to open up, especially to a crowd.

Introverts desire silence, while extroverts spoil it willy-nilly by playing loud music or beginning small discussions. No matter introverts also like music, most of them use earphones. There is nothing more vexing for an introvert than detecting, an extrovert trying to involve them in a conversation they don’t like to talk in.

2. Invading in Private Life

Introverts never interfere in someone else’s matters without the person’s consent and expect the same from others. Being private people, introverts cherish their personal life too much. They save a lot of secrets on their phones, on notepads, or somewhere. Individuals with extroverted personalities are kind of blunt people; who sometimes are guilty of intruding in the privacy of others without their permission. Whenever extroverts attempt to attack the personal life of introverts; introverts feel violated and get angry because of a strong feeling of offense.

Private life has great importance in anyone’s eye, but introverts are a little more serious about it. When someone attempts to speculate the passwords, and scan their notes without their concern; they feel violated. They can barely sense the reason behind the habit of extroverts disregarding someone else’s privacy. They see extroverts as guilty of playing with their feelings and expect an apology from them. Introverts don’t know to respond in awkward situations, such as extroverts getting too physically close to them, borrowing their cell phones without requesting their approval, or even asking them very confidential questions; introverts simply hate all that.

3. Talking a Lot

Extroverts are highly candid when it comes to speaking their emotions; about a specific topic. However, sometimes they go overboard intentionally or unintentionally, making introverts too irritated. Introverts don’t speak out until they’ve been asked about something, so they find it awkward when they hear extroverts yelling commonsensical unnecessary statements without being asked. A large population of introverts remains silent until someone calls their attention and asks for their opinion. Introverts see those people as embarrassing, who voice their thoughts and feelings even when it’s meaningless to do so. Extroverts are outgoing, confident, and high-spirited individuals who like to tell everything about themselves. They think there’s nothing wrong with being vocal, although there’s nothing wrong as long as it doesn’t disturb anyone or take too much of someone’s time.


4. Being Very Straightforward

When someone behaves straightforwardly toward extroverts, they get furious and violent. But, they do the same with others, and introverts hate that behavior by them. Introverts always struggle and get irritated fast after someone gets too frank with them. Sometimes extroverts are insensitive enough to call a person out without even overlooking the amount of solitude a person needs. This action can directly insult anyone; not only introverts but also some extroverts don’t like this behavior. Many extroverts are not able to control themselves; they hardly stop themselves from laughing at the mistakes of others in a crowd. Introverts are reserved individuals who get too embarrassed when someone mentions their insecurities in public. These situations are harsh enough to inflict emotional pain on them; however, for extroverts, this is normal. Most of the time, introverts try to avoid socialites who don’t change the way they speak about others so bluntly in public.

5. Unnecessary Drama

Introverts know that everyone is busy with their lives and problems, so they’re in favor of minding their own business. They only express themselves if there is a need. They also don’t call people and think that voicing someone out may cause humiliation, so they can’t get over the level of confidence that extroverts have. Then, here comes the extroverts who consider that the world is circling around them, so they drive people to hear them by acting dramatically to grab all the attention in a gathering. Introverts have little energy to listen to all the chaos created by an extrovert’s drama; they see it as immaturity and scarcity of self-awareness. Introverts and extroverts can fight over anything because they think very differently from each other. Despite all the differences in their perspectives, both extroverts and introverts live in a community that forces them to cope and mingle with one another, and they’ve to bear each other happily or unhappily.

6. Giving Spontaneous Invitations

Extroverts are unable to sense the amount of exhaustion an introvert can feel in the absence of their alone time. Introverts find it very exhausting when a person regularly pressures them to join numerous social occasions. You know very well that introverts require a long time period of solitude to regain their strength and courage for dealing with the outside world. Introverts take it as a demanding task and may get stressed when they’ve to attend some party. There are a lot of introverts who have extrovert friends in their social circle, and extroverts are one of those stressors, an introvert faces daily. Introverts get vexed when they receive random invitations, because between personal time and parties; they choose the one that benefits their well-being. Only fellow introverts understand each other and apprehend the strong desire to detach themselves from society’s shallow interests.

7. Incorrect Assumptions

Introverts have reserved personalities, but once they want to do something in a situation, they can beat each person in the room. But some extroverts think that because introverts are shy people, they can’t work well, especially when in a communication position. Some people also think that only extroverts can become great leaders, comedians, hosts, and actors. In reality, these are only untruths that can activate introverts to safeguard themselves from extroverts. Some people don’t know that introverts are better at leading a team than extroverts. Being keen observers, introverts are capable of changing and motivating people with their extensive knowledge. An introvert can always be a master of something, so their potential is limitless, and their skills should never be underrated.


8. Desiring the Spotlight

Introverts listen attentively to someone, even the drama, but it doesn’t suggest they don’t want to talk. Dominating the discussion is a specific manner shown by highly extroverted people. On the other hand, introverts appreciate everyone’s thoughts and don’t interrupt them while talking. Since introverts are always the silent and humble ones, they don’t compel others to follow their beliefs and passion. Contrarily, when it comes to extroverts, they overshare their thoughts irrelevant to the topic, by doing so, sometimes extroverts only desire to own the spotlight. This behavior of extroverts can cause stress to introverts because it reduces the actual worth of the talk.

9. Underrating Their Intelligence

Introverts can examine their most profound ideas and feelings; this skill can help them manage their emotions and life affairs. Inter-personal capabilities are a weak point of an introvert because intra-personal intelligence is more valuable for them. Intra-personal intelligence also permits an individual to achieve self-awareness and fulfillment, so it’s never suitable for extroverts to dislike less social people because introverts are more skillful than them in so many factors. Introverts enjoy self-reflection more than most people do; they hate it when people like extroverts drag them down just because they don’t show the required emotional intelligence.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2022 S Saleha