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The Important Difference Between Introversion and Shyness: Why They Are Not the Same

Shyness is about anxiety and self-consciousness. Introversion is about being focused inward

Introversion and Shyness
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Being introverted is not the same as being shy. Quiet people often get labeled as shy, but that can be a mistaken assumption.




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