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LeftCoastMom

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On 3/26/2020 at 1:51 PM, LeftCoastMom said:

I pray everyone else is staying safe and well! We are okay here so far.

I just recovered from my "flu" (or maybe it was the flu) thank God, but now I have to deal with these allergies.

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8 hours ago, hasanhh said:

l am too shy to normally ask, but how does what works?

Extroverts have no idea how social distancing and stay at home works. It's supposed to be encouragement for introverts to stay in touch with their extroverts. 

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2 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

Extroverts have no idea how social distancing and stay at home works. It's supposed to be encouragement for introverts to stay in touch with their extroverts. 

Do l have it correct?

1] Extroverts  don't know  distance.

2] lntoverts do 'contact distance.'

??????

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On 4/2/2020 at 9:41 AM, hasanhh said:

Do l have it correct?

1] Extroverts  don't know  distance.

2] lntoverts do 'contact distance.'

??????

Probably off-topic, but isn't it a recognized theory that extroverts thrive on social interaction (someone to listen to them, cheek kisses, hugs, pats on the back, an audience) in order to stimulate their brain and feel alive, while introverts need more alone time to reduce over-stimulation from too much social interaction?  

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1 minute ago, Hameedeh said:

Probably off-topic, but isn't it a recognized theory that extroverts thrive on social interaction (someone to listen to them, cheek kisses, hugs, pats on the back, an audience) in order to stimulate their brain and feel alive, while introverts need more alone time to reduce over-stimulation from too much social interaction?  

Not always. Most book authors are introverts l recently saw.

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3 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

Probably off-topic, but isn't it a recognized theory that extroverts thrive on social interaction (someone to listen to them, cheek kisses, hugs, pats on the back, an audience) in order to stimulate their brain and feel alive, while introverts need more alone time to reduce over-stimulation from too much social interaction?  

There's a good TED talk on this subject.
 

 

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