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My situation as an introvert is also that I need to “recharge”. But it’s not so much about silence – I find myself often having the TV or a movie on even when I’m walking around my flat. But when I’m actually with a friend or in a social situation, I usually ‘fade out’ into my own thoughts, especially if the person talking to me is boring. It’s a very bad trait :( I like the term “recharge” though. Several of my friends get easily exhausted from being around many people at a time (like in a mall) but have no problems talking to a friend forever. I think it’s interesting talking to someone else who’s an introvert. Most of the time, people seem to think I’m either shy or worse yet, arrogant/stuck up.

 229 Ramble January 24, 2012 at 3:51 pm
The intimidation thing has become a cliche among women of a certain age who are unhappily single. Several have blogs where they berate men for not appreciating how well-traveled they are, for example. They’re total narcissists, but rather than take a good, hard look in the mirror they distribute all the blame to others.

What is the point in having schools and a popular culture that work so hard to tell you how smart, confident, capable and sexy you are if you are then only going to blame yourself?

If you are blaming yourself, that is a sign of low self-esteem. Which means that you need to get more confidence…so that you can be the smart, confident, capable and sexy woman that we know you are.

 230 Ramble January 24, 2012 at 3:53 pm
You know, it sounds ironic and even paradoxical, but I think that this is likely a problem for most narcissists (inability to self-reflect).

Ironic, since Narcissus was obsessed with his (self) reflection.

 231 Jesus Mahoney January 24, 2012 at 3:53 pm
If you are blaming yourself, that is a sign of low self-esteem.

Blaming yourself isn’t a sign of low self-esteem; it’s a sign of a self-responsible person. You take responsibility and then you change.

 232 Ramble January 24, 2012 at 3:54 pm
What about women who are super physically attractive to men, like the 9s and 10s of the world?