It's pretty widely agreed that Introverts are a disenfranchised minority of society, and as such, there's a great deal of information about the "problem" of Introversion and how to "fix" it.
This actually sinks into the minds of a lot of Introverts, and they become ashamed of themselves, and more admiring of other Extraverts than other Introverts.
Well, I wonder, does this kind of thing ever happen to Extraverts in this out-going society of ours?
I ask all you E's out there:
Are there aspects of Extraverted behavior in others that really irritate you/put you off?
Are there qualities of Extraversion that you are critical of in yourself?
Two additional, somewhat unrelated questions:
Do you often feel like there is a prejudice against you among Introverts?
Would you say Introverts aggravate you a great deal?