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Quick View 3. Cypress Restaurant 0. Southern Tallahassee ,. Quick View Booked 4 times today. Quietness can be dependent on the situation. It tends to pop up if: You're around people who make you uncomfortable, whether because you're meeting them for the first time, because you want them to like you, or because you're normally intimidated by their type. As I mentioned earlier, when the discussion is generally focused on a subject you don't have much to say about e.
Similarly, when you're around people who all know each other well and who are carrying on a conversation full of in-jokes and references to things they've all done in the past, or to mutual friends of theirs you don't know. It can feel challenging to inject yourself into that dynamic.
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When you're with a group where everyone is particularly loud and aggressive about fighting for their time to talk. You may decide you can't compete and give up on trying to say anything. When you're with a group of people you feel you can't relate to. They may be enthusiastically discussing a topic you don't respect, or cracking each other up over a bunch of jokes you don't see the humor in. Here it's easy to sit back and think, "Wow, I have nothing to say to these people. Do they really find this stuff fun to talk about? In some cases you may be in a spot where anyone would be quiet if they were in your shoes.
Each of these scenarios has different solutions, which I may have covered in this article, or in the one I linked to earlier about being able to think of more things to say. You can't win them all. It's not rare for people to be quiet occasionally, especially around a new group. For some traits it's hard to erase a first impression, but coming off as quiet isn't one of them. People instinctively understand that some of us are bit slow to warm up to new company.
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If you're more chatty when they see you again they'll realize you're not meek or unfriendly like they may have first assumed, and that you're actually pretty interesting to have around. We've all heard of the character who doesn't speak much, but when they do say something everyone listens, because they're so profound and wise. This archetype appeals to some quiet people, because it promises that if they can become like that they won't have to talk a lot, but still be respected. I don't think it's a very practical approach.
It isn't appropriate in most contexts. If a bunch of friends are joking around in a mall's food court, they don't want one of them to be tight-lipped and sagely. They want someone who will be fun and contribute. Also, you'll probably put too much pressure on yourself if you try to make everything you say really perceptive. Hardly anyone can be clever all the time, and if you try to force it you'll look like you're trying too hard. It can be annoying, and sometimes demoralizing, when you someone points out that you're quiet.
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I'm Chris Macleod. I've been writing about social skills for over ten years. I was shy, awkward, and lonely until my mid-twenties and created this site to be the kind of guide I wish I'd had at the time. I'm trained as a counselor. There's a lot you can do to improve your social skills on your own - I wouldn't have made this site if I thought otherwise.
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