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It recently occurred to me that there is another, very telling, way to separate the people you meet at any given time: loud and not loud.

You may think that there are plenty of people who don’t fall into either category, but this is not the case. It may take time, but eventually you will find that a person is either loud or not loud. There really is no in-between.

I am a loud person. I realize this about myself, and I accept it. I’m OK with being loud and I don’t particularly want to change that about myself. Not all loud people feel this way, though, which I think is a shame.

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