|snippy (snippy) wrote in firecat,|
Some of it fits me, or my imagination of myself. I think I do process more information (although I blame that on being prey too often as a child, not on being an introvert), and I think a lot during conversations, which makes it hard to keep up and yes hard to remember names. But I am pretty happiness-focused, and very successful at that, I think. On the other hand I know at least one introvert who doesn't think at all about the social implications of small talk before responding "fine," and who has no problem finding happiness in American culture without being aggressive.
I wonder what problem the author was trying to solve, for which this article seemed like a helpful solution.