8 Things Only Ambiverts Can Relate To
Our choice of social activity all depends on one particular trait we possess, which people usually limit to being either an introvert or an extrovert. However, there's one more space on the scale for people who don't identify to the former two: ambiverts! These people are a mix of the opposite ends. If you think you fall under the middle of the spectrum, read on to see if you can relate to these common ambivert traits!
- Your friends are constantly debating over your personality type.
A common misconception others have of you is that you're either an introvert or an extrovert. Everyone is always trying to defend their arguments with the actions you show. At the end of the day, they're all shaken up at how you are a clear cross of both personality types. Then you'd have to explain how you're an ambivert, leaving them with shocked faces and a new word in their vocabulary.
- Your weekend activities vary depending on your mood.
There are some days when you want to sing your heart out at Friday night karaoke, and there are others when you just want to go home and hit the hay at 9PM. Whatever you have planned for your weekend, it's always a variation between rest and raging recreation.
- You're not ashamed to go out on your own.
Whether it's scanning the sale racks or binge-watching sitcoms at the local coffee shop, nothing will stop you from spending quality time alone. You don't rely on the presence of other people to have a good time. Strong, independent woman over here!
- The thought of socializing for a long period of time exhausts you.
Although social settings don't scare you, spending too much time with strangers is something you're not very comfortable with. In the middle of a room full of drunken people singing karaoke at 11PM, all you can think about is going home, curling up in your PJs, and putting on a Korean sheet mask in the company of no one else.
- When you do feel like socializing, you can only do it in the presence of a friend.
Meeting new people is a nerve-racking experience for you, especially with the awkward silence that lingers between two strangers. Which is why you need to keep a familiar face by your side to act as a bridge, because creating friendships is a complex thing to you.
- You can only keep small talk for so long.
Shallow conversation is nothing new in the world of an ambivert, but it can only take so long until you lose interest, especially if the other person isn't keeping the exchange flowing. However, out of respect, you continue to nod your head and scan your brain for anything you can talk about before things get too awkward.
- You feel bad for not getting an invite, even if you wouldn't have gone anyway.
Although your friends are used to the spontaneity when it comes to your presence in hangouts, it doesn't seem like a good reason for them to leave you out of plans. The common phrase "we thought you wouldn't want to come" is an excuse you hate hearing over and over again.
- You calculate the risks you take.
While introverts shy away from dangerous waters, and extroverts act into them without thinking twice, ambiverts are a careful blend of both. You tend to think before taking risks, trying to foresee the outcome of your actions before you dive right in. If it seems like a good idea, why not try it? But if you see trouble up ahead, you take it as a no-go.
- You get along with all kinds of people.
Although social interaction may be a small struggle, the way you respond to people backs you up entirely. Your open-mindedness and intent listening skills make you the best confidante. It's no surprise how your friends treasure you despite your frequent absences at the weekend hangout!
How many of these things can you relate to?
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Why our high school barkada is the best?
Remembering our high school years entails quite a lot reminiscing of the things we all been through when we were younger. You’ve experience a lot of new things during those 4 wonderful years and did most of them with the few people you consider your barkada. And through a series of all the lunch breaks you had together, the walks you took on the way home, and taking the same classes, you never thought you’d survive, you have made your life’s greatest friends.
Here are some of the reasons why your high school barkada is the best:
1. You figured out early teenage life together. The transition one have undergone from being a kid to a teenager wasn’t easy. For a moment you are not sure whether you should have played with your friends during recess or you should have just sat down and ate your food because you were too old for games. But whatever it is you chose to do, having friends who were as clueless as you make everything feel easier because you know, deep down, you’d figure things out eventually. You just need good company.
2. They were with you during your “jeje“ days. I bet you have pictures taken with Camera360 and Retrica. You also have pictures edited using Pizap with embarrassing captions and you somehow kept some of them so you could have something to post online during their birthdays.
3. They know all your exes. They will never EVER forget the name of an ex-boyfriend, an ex-fling, an ex-crush, and an almost you had. They will remind you of your every questionable love decision but you’ll just laugh anyway while saying “Past is past”.
4. They never judge you. They have welcomed you to their lives when you thought jelly shoes and checkered polos were the bomb! They were quick to have told your teachers that you were not feeling well so you could go home when you really just needed to poop. You tell them every embarrassing story you have and were fine with it.
5. You can always count on them. From the moment you first fell in love and the moment you first had your heart broken, they were with you. They were with you the moment you lost a parent and at moments when you thought you had nothing. Through every break-up and breakthrough, they were there to be your support system.
6. They are your family. Your high school friend’s family is your own family’s extension. Their parents are like your own. Don’t you feel a little kilig whenever your friend’s parents call you “anak”? And then eventually calling them mama and papa became so natural? I felt that, all the time.
7. They will always be your home. They are your place of refuge and security, the place who offers you their hands when you feel lost and the place you run to when you need saving. No matter how much time and distance separate you, they will be the one’s that you always long for and they are the one’s that you will always return to.
You're gonna bend and break and then at some point in your life, you feel like you don't want to fall in love again.
Not because you're no longer capable of loving but because you're so afraid to get hurt again that you don't want to take a risk anymore. And you're gonna wake up one day and realize that you're not the same person as you were yesterday. The heart aches, heartbreaks, frustration, you'll see, those will transform your whole being into something better.
Honey, move forward. Let go off all the things that are not meant for you. Let go of all the people who hurt you and take you for granted. Don't be stuck feeling miserable.
And don't turn that love into hate when you resent someone for hurting you or for breaking your heart. Just wish them well and let them go. Welcome the possibility of a beautiful love that will come your way. You're worthy of love that you keep on giving to other people. Keep that in mind.
I wish you well and all the happiness. You deserve it.
Here we are — with rough hands entwined, damned hearts at peace, broken souls resting with ease —savoring each passing moment before we part ways...hoping things will turn out to be okay. Here we are — standing still, keeping our earnest desire and ardent passion for each other at bay — hoping the Universe will finally grant us of the day that we no longer have to pretend... that things will no longer have to end.
Here we are — with crooked smiles, lingering touch that will last for a while -- gathering all the remaining courage to set each other free. Wishing for the day that our hearts will no longer have to worry. Here we are letting each other go. Even though we both know that the future is uncertain. Even though we're unsure if our paths will cross once again.
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