You can tell the people who are thriving in isolation are introverted. Or at least introverted extroverts like me.
People think I am an extrovert because I can hold conversations with strangers. To be honest I am often better in one on one situations than in a crowd. Here is a link that explains it better than I can.
As I was researching this article I found a new term… ambivert. I may actually fall into this spectrum. It means that I can go either way. This article is interesting because it talks about how to harvest this ability.
I found another article on the introverted extrovert. It talks about how we all change according to situations. Maybe this is true, but I have been thriving in isolation.
Except not being able to travel, I am okay staying home with my husband and pets. I have my virtual get togethers twice a week which keep me grounded. Other than that I don’t feel the need to get out in crowds of people. I am enjoying my solitude. Like I said I am happy in solitude.
To me Christmas is for the kids, since all my nieces and nephews are grown, I don’t feel the need to get together anymore. Besides my family with the exception of my brother and husband (and his family) are in other states. I am looking forward to the solitude of spending Christmas Day alone with my husband.
I wondered if anyone else has been enjoying their lockdown?
Love, Peace and Light! Rita