7 Things You Need To Know About Extroverts

The other day I caught myself explaining to my boyfriend and another friend about being an extrovert. I’m not just an extrovert. I’m an extreme extrovert to the point where being alone makes my anxiety skyrocket. My boyfriend had work to do, and I asked if I could just sit there while he worked because I didn’t want to be by myself.

A lot of extroverts deal with this feeling, although probably not as extreme as someone like me. But traditionally, most extroverts have certain personality traits. Introverts are more shy, reserved and content being alone while extroverts feed off of the energy of others and crave social experiences.

Not all extroverts or introverts are the same, but here are some things to know about your extroverted friends.

Are you an extrovert? Do you have these qualities? Tell us in the comments!

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  • Kevin

    FYI, introversion has absolutely nothing to do with being shy. Completely different personality traits. Just an FYI to your article.

  • Pseuphie

    It’s funny bc I’m the complete OPPOSITE. 🙂

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  • BlueMoon

    Not quite sure the bit about planning is quite right… I’m very definitely Extrovert and I detest planning or being in charge of major events: I’d rather go with the flow than have a plan. That’s more liked to another personality aspect, whether you’re Judging (i.e. like structure, planning and method) or Perceiving (Bit scattered, take things as they come).

    And Extroverted Perceiver will actually MegaStress at the thought of organising. I think Extra/Introversion is more linked to where you find your energy (with people vs by yourself) and how you express yourself, 😀