As a lifelong introvert, I was thrilled to see my friend +Susan Cain
debut a new community for people like me. (And it's also for extroverts, in case you're wondering.)
From this post:
"I also learned that rejection isn’t crippling. It’s the shame we attach to it that is. I’ve been rejected more times in the past eight months than I have been in the last 22 years—not because I peaked at 22, but because I’m finally putting myself out there. The first time, it felt as if I was punched in the gut. But when I woke up the next morning, I was still me, and my life moved on. It’s not that rejection necessarily gets easier, but the recovery time gets quicker."
What do you
think -- do you experience the world as an introvert, extrovert, or "ambivert"?