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Introversion and Extraversion Are Not Set in Stone

As evidenced by the expectation-breaking time I had at a crowded and loud wedding

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I’m a born introvert. Legend has it that immediately upon being born I sat in the corner of the hospital room and shyly refused to speak to the nurses. Okay, that part is untrue, but the point remains: I have a shell. A small, closed-off…

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Chandrayan Gupta

Chandrayan Gupta

3x Psychological Crime Thriller Author | 170+ Articles and 4x Top Writer on Medium | Law Student | Instagram: chandrayan_gupta

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