Hello, what are your thoughts on a social diary? For me, a social diary would help keep track of the number of times I socialize, who I tend to socialize with, method of communication, comfort levels etc.
It's pretty useful. I am a 100 percent introvert, easily saturated with just a few hours of close connection, which then allows me to function days/weeks without the need for extravagant socializing. While I am content with the peace, I do recognize the potential harm it may cause: misunderstandings such as some friends thinking I am uninterested in them; hanging out with a family, partner, friend too much neglecting others; while shyness, aloof & antisocial labels are common. Labels don't affect me, but (potential)friends I care and want to keep.
What do you think?
1. I already have one.
2. Interesting, would benefit me.
3. I'm contented with my circle, or the lack of it. Whichever applies
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