Just talking off the top of my head.
This morning in the Health & Science section of WaPo, there was a photo accompanying an article on mindful meditation, something I'm not capable of (along with not really understanding what "being present" means).
I don't do groups, of any kind. Physically or mentally or emotionally. No groups. No teams. No crowds. And don't touch me without permission. Seriously, don't.
On the other hand, I am most comfortable, and prefer, to work and be, with another person. Just one. I do one-on-one very well. I like one-to-one. I'm good at one-to-one. More than one, and I'm uncomfortable.
I don't know if that makes me an introvert. I know I am claustrophobic and I am somewhat solitary in that I crave aloneness but I also enjoy being social.
When a photo can cause anxiety, can you imagine what the reality might evoke?