When it comes to personality types in this life, we all have at least one aspect of ourselves that’s predominant.
For some it’s the party going extrovert, while for others it’s the peace and quiet commonly associated with being an introvert.
As for me?
Well, perhaps you should be.
Yes I love books, but I also love, love, love, getting lost in the duff duff throb of techno beats, mixed in with the hazy undercurrent of hypnotic rhythms winding themselves up and down the tempo, on the dance floor.
Yet despite this, I am not now, nor have I ever been the type of person that anyone would call an extrovert. Not by any stretch of the imagination.
On the dance floor I may superficially appear to be an extrovert but once off the dance floor I immediately revert back to being an extremely mild-mannered, quiet, shy person.
This leads me to question whether or not anyone is ever truly one thing or the other?
So can you be an introverted extrovert?
Or an extroverted introvert for that matter?
What do you think?
- Are You An Extrovert or An Introvert? (dreespeaksfreely.wordpress.com)
- Who’s Happier, Extroverts Or Introverts? (dish.andrewsullivan.com)
- The Science of What Makes an Introvert and an Extrovert (io9.com)
- An Introvert’s Guide to Happiness (everydayhealth.com)
- “Pearl incarcerated in a shell” (Introvert in an Extroverted World) (labyrinthofintroversion.wordpress.com)
- 7 Persistent Myths about Introverts & Extroverts (psychcentral.com)
- Introverts vs. Extroverts (zsenka.wordpress.com)
- An Introvert in an Extroverted World (itsmycrazyblog.wordpress.com)