Social Awkwardness is my Superpower!
Have you ever taken the time to focus on your friends or even random strangers in the streets? I’m not talking about being a stalker or a perv, but rather focusing on their personalities and habits.
It is quite normal to find people possessing different habits, due to the nature of the household they were brought up in. However, there is one thing in common you’ll find in almost each and every person you will meet in your social level. It is the disease that has spread amongst us as fast as a computer virus. It is one of the biggest liabilities that sadly controls our lives; too strong for our will to overcome it. It is the well-known case of “Social awkwardness”! This might be the point where you start reflecting back on yourself and understanding exactly what I’m trying to say.
This characteristic that shapes most of our personalities is a huge impact on our decisions, relationships, and even future plans. It is a common thing to find people commenting on your awkwardness, giving you a hard time on how bad of a trait it is and how you will never excel with it by your side; as if they’re immune to it! Please bear with me a minute, and let’s look at this concept from the other side of the sphere.
Social awkwardness, for a start, has become more common than a regular common-cold, making people question whether it actually exists or is it just a trend. Some claim that it might just be a conspiracy theory to break our confidence levels. However, I think of it as a strength, due to its uniqueness and the hidden perks that lie in the shadows behind it.
If you’re a person with social awkwardness then you’ll probably agree on the following facts:
Social awkwardness helps you to be more focused, efficient and ready, as it gives you the space you need to think about a lot of scenarios when it comes to just a single tiny transaction in your life. Your brain does not convey it as overthinking, but actually interprets it as being completely ready. Furthermore, we possess the ability to sit alone and introvert for a while, without a single interruption, reaching an optimal level of a peaceful mind. I don’t have to mention the fact that people find it appealing nowadays to interact with a socially awkward person making us the new “monk” in town. Last but not least, we are well aware of the opportunities we let go of and others we take a leap towards. Socially awkward people start to architect and design a full detailed scenario of a specific opportunity; analyzing it to the fullest levels and reaching an end solution or decision based on the matrix created in our brains.
The message I’m trying to deliver here is to be self-aware of your qualities and understand that they make you unique in a way. Nothing is wrong or bad because there is no scale for it. Socially awkward people have always proven themselves to be a phenomena amongst others; too good to be regular. You can consider us the Joker to your Batman.