Am I missing something (1 Viewer)

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I understand that social interaction is a big part of people's lives; I am not underscoring that. However, as the pandemic has forced people to minimize their public exposure as best they can, they cannot do this as much as they would like. And I have heard from many people irl that they are being affected by lack of human contact.

Is anyone else not bothered by the limited contact that is required? I hear people talking about how depressed they feel about not being able to be around people and I sympathize, but in the past year I haven't felt any anxiety about not having to be around people. Anyone else feel similar?
 
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They're probably extroverted as those kinds of people get energy from being around people and that's generally how they spend their time and don't so much get energy just from doing hobbies like introverts do
 
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Im an introvert so i feel the same as OP. I agree with Abe abt the extroverts.
 
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YES. I'm just fine not being around people.
 
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