You never get me tired

This blogfriends thing suits me very well.

I can interact with you when ever I feel like it.

I can choose all by my self how long my visit by your place’s gonna be. When I come back and when I leave.

I can take my time to think about what I wanna say in your comment field without feeling pressure of inventing an instant oneliner.

I don’t have to dress up for meeting you.

I don’t have to excuse myself when I wanna go home early.

I don’t have to talk to people I don’t feel like talking to at the moment.

I can take a break in socializing at any time I want.

I can try out answers before I deliver them.

I can talk to you and get lots of inspiration without getting tired of the millions of impressions that I get from IRL socializing.

By now some of you may suspect my point in this list.

I’m one of the HSPs 🙂

You can read more about Highly Sensitive Persons at

It’s a gift, the way I see it.

I really like people IRL too, but they consume my energy a lot more than you WP people.

Today I had a “outside day”, meeting lots of nice people. For me that’s exhausting. One hour in a room full of people talking all the time is like five hours for others. I been out there in about four hours today. That’s about twenty hours for “normal” people.

Need I say that I had a long day today? But a very nice day though!

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50 comments on “Friends

  1. I feel the same way. My energy is limited for being in the outside world and so I think that is why art and reading and writing are so important to me. I need a lot of time by myself. I’ve always been this way since I was a child (50 years ago) and I enjoy it! It’s interesting to read what you say about how the blog world fits in to a life like this.

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  2. Online friendship, as long as you’re honest enough at least to yourself to be able to post only the truth, is a friendship between thoughts and ideas. Physical appearance doesn’t matter here. It’s a genuine friendship in its own unique way.

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  3. Yes, yes, yes and absolutely! Noise is extremely difficult and I stick to foreign films filtering out those that are violent. I love people but need my space. From early childhood I would escape into whatever book was at hand. 🙂

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  4. Welcome the the Sensitive Libelula Club 🙂 A lot of bloggers are like us because here you can communicate in a silent world with so much energy. Be inspired. Always

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