Nina Semczuk
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In a world of extroverts, finding a fellow introvert — whether it's a coworker, relative, or new friend — can be a massive relief.  You're finally on the same wavelength: too much time around people is draining and alone time is essential. 

Thankfully, your introverted friend understands that without you having to explain. Why not show your solidarity by sending your pal an introvert meme? We rounded up 27 excellent options just for the occasion. 


1. Image via Introvert Doodles

2. Image via INFJoe.wordpress.com

3.Image via Pinterest

4.Image via SweatpantsAndCoffee

5.Image via Sarah Andersen

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7. Image via @thedryginger

8. Image via Aaron T. Caycedo-Kimura

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10. Image via Mari Andrew

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12. Image via INFJoe.wordpress.com

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14. Image via @forever20tweets

15.Image via Runt

16.Image via Colors of Life

17. Image via Introvert Doodles

18. Image via Introvertology

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20.Image via someecards

21.Image via Loryn Brantz

22. Image via Bored Panda

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24.Image via Reddit

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Nina Semczuk is a lifelong introvert, sometimes ambivert, and total MBTI nerd. 

As Head of SEO Content for Fairygodboss, Nina implements search engine strategies to help career seekers find the answers to their company and job questions. She joined the Fairygodboss editorial team in 2018 after working as a writer and editor for SmartAsset. A career transitioner herself, Nina’s written for career sites such as The Muse and Hirepurpose after serving in the Army for five years. She is a Certified Educator in Personal Finance® (CEPF®), a member of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and has a BS from Boston University where she majored in Communications.