Shows a preference for drawing energy from the outside word of people, activities or things.
Extroversion and Introversion are terms used to gauge two unique social styles. Extroverted characters tend to be gregarious and expressive, while the Introverted tend to be private and reserved.
Extroverts are more comfortable interacting in groups than when alone. Other people stimulate them. They have many friends, and find it easy to approach strangers for conversation. They tend to feel lonely and wear easily when alone.
Introverts are more comfortable alone. They are stimulated by private activities like reading, listening to music, working on hobbies or projects. They usually have a few long-time friends and are easily exhausted when interacting with large groups and need quiet, secluded time to get their energy level up again.
Introversion and Extroversion are two somewhat opposite ingredients. Most people will have varying amounts of both qualities and may even shift from one to the other at different times.
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