20 Things Only an Extroverted-Introvert Will Understand

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You’re either the life of the party or the party pooper depending on your ever changing and shifting moods. You love being social but hate people. You like being alone in a crowded and busy space.

There are introverts, extroverts, and then there’s you – falling somewhere in between.

Here is “20 Things Only an Extroverted-Introvert Will Understand.”

 

You get really excited to go out and spend time with your friends.

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Until you realize that you actually have to go out with your friends.

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If you do make it out, you are the life of the party until you decide you’d rather be home and in bed. 

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You can have a conversation with anyone about anything… as long as they approach you first. 

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You’re either always texting someone or ignoring your friends for three days straight because you “don’t feel like talking.”

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You’ve probably utilized the “do not disturb” function on your phone.

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You have to mentally prepare yourself for human interaction.

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Or feel drained if you’ve had too much of it.

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Which makes you super selective when making your social calendar.

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You’re happiest in a crowded place- but alone.

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The feeling of being incredibly lonely but wanting extreme amounts of space is familiar to you.

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Which makes you the type of person who wants someone next to you, but doesn’t necessarily speak to you.

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Small talk gives you cancer. 

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& prefer talking to someone one on one versus being in a group setting. 

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You make friends very easily but have a hard time maintaining those friendships because you don’t have the energy to put in the work.

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Meeting someone you really like can feel like finding the Chupacabra.

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You perfected the art of “ghosting.”

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So you always have an escape plan for any relationship or social situation. 

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You’re constantly in your own head, even when you’re talking to others.

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It probably took you awhile to figure out that you’re an extroverted introvert. 

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Whats the best/worst part of being an extroverted introvert? Let me know in the comments!

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