Introvert or Extrovert, what category do you fall into? Or you are none of the two, but a bit of both? Fret not, we have made a new category for you!
Introvert or Extrovert?
Does it ever happen that you often find yourself choosing the company of the house pet at a social gathering? Have you ever felt like a social wallflower exception that can’t be categorized? Good news for you, no need to fret about it anymore now. If you often find yourself in such a confused state as to whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, then there’s a good chance that you may just be the best of the both. Well, if you want to know whether you belong to this peculiar breed or not, then we bring to you a few signs that may be able to define your nature a bit better.
- You are almost okay with public speaking; however, face-to-face conversations remind you of your uncomfortable pubescent years. And when it comes to phone conversations, it requires you to do some yoga breathing routine before you dial a number and get prepared to speak.
- You have more than a few friends, but you are only really close to one or two people. And these special few know you way better than you might assume.
- Starting conversations with strangers may sound troublesome and problematic to you in the beginning, but once you hit it off, there’s nothing that can stop you.
- When you get together with someone new, you do end up hitting it off with them really well initially. And you talk like you’ve known each other since forever. But after that one particular day, you ghost on them like you two have never met each other before.
- You generally like hanging out, and you can, to some extent, even be social. But then, you get secretly relieved when plans get cancelled.
- Although you have a moderately active social life, your Facebook statuses lack to project the same, and speak otherwise. Your social media profile looks just like a barren desert. What you may occasionally do is share opinions or a funny meme. But, your personal life is way too personal and guarded to be ‘out there’.
- You have a whole bunch of secrets that no one knows. And you guard you secrets with your life. But all the ones that are the closest to you may know them all.
- You are different when you are drunk. And you are different when you are sober. Those two are completely different people. Your sober self is a self-conscious, nervous, and slightly serious human being. Your drunk self is like a five-year-old on a sugar rush.
- Mostly, it is you who is leaving the party at the earliest. You do this because there is only a limited amount of human interaction that you can handle in a single evening.
- There are times when you simply can’t figure out whether you’re an introvert, extrovert, or just a plain weird person. Well, during those times, who knows, you may just be a part of all three at the same or different times.