How to combat inarticulateness?

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SCG thanks for posting that video! Very informative!
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Last edited by Rubber Biscuit; 08-30-2016 at 08:37 PM.
I've dealt with with depression and the struggle with focusing on books even though I love to read and always have; it's just a part of being disinterested in general because once I have my nose in a good book I can't put it down.

I also struggle to express myself when I'm uncomfortable, which sucks because it just fuels the awkwardness of whatever situation.

It doesn't have anything at all to do with intelligence or writing skill. I'm a great writer, just socially awkward.

I think it just takes practice, being depressed can leave you isolated. Do you think speed dating would help? I also think practicing (maybe in a mirror) is a good idea too.
Just watched the Susan Cain video.....I think I want to be her when I grow up
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You're an INTJ/P, I take it?

I have the same problem.

I don't have the answer though...Maybe others will be able to help us!
Originally Posted by The New Black
I am an INTJ and have this problem...and I always feel like people think I am dumb because of it; they start talking to me like I am three years old and don't understand what they are saying.
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Like others have said, this is a common problem w/introverts... I highly recommend reading "The Introvert Advantage" by Marti Laney... it really changed my life!
Originally Posted by Katiecurl
Thank you thank you thank you for this recommendation I just got it out of the library today and after just a few pages, I felt like I was among "friends"! I loved when she mentioned that even though she may be out enjoying herself, she may also be eyeing the door and fantasizing about being home, snuggled up in pajamas

I skipped to a later chapter (the author gave her permission to skip around) and I was so amazed to see my own habits spelled out so clearly, and now I know why I do some of the things I do. I'm looking forward to the "coping" chapters
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