Aloofness is an outward appearance. It does not coincide with what anyone truly feels inside.
5. Introverts are aloof… on purpose
Often, introverts’ vulnerability in front of strangers is misinterpreted as aloofness, because we prefer to be approached, rather than approach others ourselves. Most of the time, we like knowing new people, but we may just need a longer gestation period to get over our initial state of awkwardness