Introvert or extrovert?

Well, well, I always knew I was more an introvert than extrovert. Very interesting article on this subject! See which one you are.

This explains why my idea of a good time is a quiet dinner or walk on the beach, and why in our culture, solitude, reflection, and minimal stimulation is devalued. Maybe you’ll see yourself here too.

Whatever you are, be a good one.   ~ Abraham Lincoln


8 thoughts on “Introvert or extrovert?

    • Yes, I understand that. I am an introvert, but in the right settings can mimic an extrovert! As the article said, it isn’t about being shy, it is about what energizes you. Sometimes I like having what I already know or suspect validated. This was a validation for me! ~ Sheila


    • Yes, I can mimic an extrovert’s style when I need to. What this article pointed out to me is that being an introvert is not the same as being shy, and I’m not sure I had really understood the difference before. I am not shy; I am an introvert! ~ Sheila


  1. Depends on the situation; I’ve learned that if I am comfortable, I am more extroverted. If I’m in an unfamiliar situation, I hold back … until I’m comfortable.

    But I love, love, love my quiet times…

    Fun post!


  2. I used to definitely be more of an introvert; think the extrovert in me has emerged since I’ve been married to Motor Man!
    I’ll definitely check out that site!


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