What is a detached extrovert? I believe the most introverted person can appear to be an extrovert once they are comfortable in their surroundings or with someone they TRUST , love, and who their compatible with. That’s how I look at it. When I’m around strangers, I become detached and observant. Most of the time, I don’t say a word. I just keep my thoughts to myself.
When I’m with my sister, I become a different person in the eyes of strangers. I’m talkative, entertaining, and well — an extrovert. When I observed my actions around other people and observed my actions when I’m with my sister, I concluded that I’m a detached extrovert.
I truly believe every introvert IS a detached extrovert. Once I’m around people I’m comfortable with, I start to show extroverted qualities. Don’t even get me started about my favorite topics!
In a way, this blog represents detachment and extroversion simultaneously. The blog represents detachment because the words on my blog are the words that go through my mind when I’m being observant and detached. I rarely speak unless spoken to or speak when I have something urgent to say.
The blog represents extroversion because I mustered the courage to share my thoughts on here. I’m brave enough to write how I feel and hope it creates a domino effect to another aspiring writer or a person seeking inspiration.
Don’t get it twisted. I am an introvert. I rather read books than go to parties. I rather watch movies online than go to the AMC Theatre.
Detached Extrovert is a paradox* that I love, and I hope you understood my message.
*Paradox: a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd, but in reality expresses a possible truth (Dictionary.com)