Before going ahead into this post, I would like to tell you, who introverts actually are.
Introverts are basically those people who like to be quiet, daydream, think more than speak, are keen observers, embrace solitude but people mistake them as being shy. Introverts may speak less but have the loudest mind. They are not anti-social but they need alone time to recharge themselves and feel energized.
I've always been an introvert, from school to college, family to friends, I've always been the way I am. I've rarely found someone who can be as introverted as I am and even if there was someone, I seldom cared to know. Now that I'm in college, I'm craving peace of mind and serenity of silence. I often find myself out of place and often end up being unhappy because of the discomfort I face around heaps of people so I've found my own ways to finally get out and actually enjoy myself being with myself. It's not that I hate people but the introvert in me resists further interactions and socialization and I badly want enough time to recharge myself. Here's how I do it and you can do it, too: