Pressure of having to "react" to everything.
When you're with others, do you ever feel an uncomfortable pressure to have to react to things?
As an introvert, normally I just react myself. I don't feel the need to react in an entertaining way for others. I feel this is the best way of viewing the world... no prejudices, no silliness.
There are many times when I've just been dead blank after something, "poker face", that's how I normally am. I don't want to have to react, I would rather just allow the experience to come over me, you know? However people always make me feel weird about doing this, so I often really try to pull a face, make a comment or noise or whatever.
When you're with others, there's always some kind of agenda or power play in the process. You can never be completely objective when you're coming up with a response for someone else around. So for this reason I would claim that being with others is an inferior way to experience something.