5 Things Introverts Used To Love That Suck So Bad In Quarantine

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I’ve seen people say that introverts must be enjoying the fact that we all have to be at home. And … no, chief, we aren’t enjoying all this being indoors either. In fact, some of the things that we used to love have been ruined by the measures being taken against Coronavirus.

Being Invited Places

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One of the things that a lot of introverts are going to miss is being invited places. I mean … the chances of us actually showing up are very slim, but it is so nice to be thought of.

When Everyone Goes Out And You Have The House To Yourself

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Well, this goes for everyone, I think. There’s a magical feeling when everyone leaves the house and you know that for a couple of hours at least, you have the place to yourself. But now, that never happens. Everyone is stuck at home with you. Your entire family is constantly in the house with you too.

Fast Internet

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For the introvert, who doesn’t really like crowds, the internet is one of the main ways that we are social. Social media gives us updates on the people that we care about. However, probably because everyone is home, a lot of internet service providers have had terrible service lately. You can only watch a WhatsApp status load for so long before you decide that it’s not worth it.

New Episodes Of Your Favourite Shows

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If you want to catch up on your old shows, now is definitely a great time. However, if you’re like me and you were waiting for all that 2020 content. A lot of production has stopped because the people behind our favourite shows and movies stopped filming. Oh, and football got cancelled too.

Quiet And Privacy

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What do these words even mean anymore? Quiet? When someone needs you for something every 5 minutes. Quiet and privacy was possible before quarantine because everyone was busy in one way or another. But now, we are spending so much time with our families that boundaries are almost non-existent.

What has been the hardest adjustment for you during this period? Leave a comment.

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