Introvert humor

Laugh out loud with our collection of hilarious introvert humor memes and jokes. Relate to the struggles and quirks of being an introvert and share the laughter with your fellow introverts.
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Does your ideal Friday night include staying in and reading a book snuggled up with your cat, rather than going to a party? Are you thrilled when nobody else is home and you get the house to yourself? Do you feel exhausted after one hour of social interaction? Introverts of the world, unite!

Evangeline Portillo
The Hilarious Meme You'll Relate to, Based On Your Myers-Briggs® Personality Type - Psychology Junkie Introvert Problems, John Maxwell, Introvert Jokes, Life Struggles, Introvert Quotes, Behind Blue Eyes, Introvert Humor, Family Problems, Alone Time

Each of the 16 Myers-Briggs® personality types has a unique set of struggles and joys that they experience in life. Some are overwhelmed by a busy social life while others jump for joy when their calendar is full! Some enjoy constructive criticism while others would rather swim in a vat of spiders than be criticized.

Prajwalika Prakash
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Carl Jung was one of the first people to define the terms introvert and extrovert in a psychological context; Jung described extroverts as preferring to engage with the outside world of objects, sensory perception, and action while introverts, according to him, are more focused on the internal world, are thoughtful and insightful.

Margaret Blickenderfer
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In his 1920s work Psychological Types, Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung popularized the terms "introverted" and "extroverted" describing personality types. Introverts recharge by spending time alone, and they lose energy if they're around people for long periods. Extroverts, on the other hand, gain strength from social interactions and actually exhaust themselves if they're alone. Both of these types have their good and their less perfect qualities, so there's no point in arguing which side…

James Hoch