I understand 'unmotivation' like the back of my hand. If my mind is not occupied it falls into a tremendous slump, in which, I can almost barely remove myself to face the real world aka sitting and staring at a computer screen for hours at a time, usually a blank screen at that. This is a very dangerous thing because if you remove yourself from this world for too long things you forgot about begin adding up and as it goes a mountain of responsibilities build up and then you have a giant hole to dig yourself out of before you even begin moving the mountain in front of you. I think the one thing that we forget as being introverted is the fact that, if you view it a certain way, you can motivate yourself. Yes having someone hold your hand and give you those 'attaboys' is very nice, but this sort of thing builds an unhealthy dependence. I wouldn't really say be patient because things need to be done, but try to view the nagging as the motivation. If you wish to for it to end prove to them that you can take care of it.