BY PAUL BRIAN
Deep personalities may cause people to disengage when discussing thought-provoking topics, but become engaged when discussing shallow topics.
Another sign of having a deep personality that people don't understand is that they tend to categorize or label you in oversimplified ways without delving deeper into who you are.
Another sign of having a deep personality that people may not understand is feeling out of place around those who are fascinated by inane and shallow topics that do not interest you.
Another sign of having a deep personality that people may not understand is receiving a nervous half-laugh from others who are uncomfortable and confused by you.
Deep personalities may face indifference when trying to open up, and the term "NPCs" is used to describe people who don't understand them, although it might be harsh.
If you have a deep personality, you may feel bored by a lack of critical thinking around you, and struggle to find others who challenge their own views or think outside the box.
If you're a deep person, you may find almost everything interesting, but struggle to meet people who are interested in anything, and many people's lack of curiosity can be stunning.