I am sure most introverts out there either envy extroverts or just can’t stand them. And why not? Extroverts are the personification of the term ‘happy-go-lucky’, steal the show wherever they go and people who interact with them have no other option but to listen to their opinions every time they speak.
Well, I can totally understand the life of an extrovert as I happen to be one myself and if you consider yourself as being one too, then we both can agree upon these 8 things for sure:
1.) You hate silence.
While introverts relish silence, you feel like there’s something seriously wrong with the world whenever there’s silence around you. Basically, being in a silent place is like a punishment for you.
2.) People often wonder how you manage yourself.
It’s not easy being an extrovert and whenever you are in a group, there are some people looking at you and wondering how you manage to be this way. Tell them, it’s a job only you can do.
3.) Not everyone loves you.
While there’s no doubt that many people love your outspoken and exuberant personality, there are others who just hate you for stealing all the attention. Don’t let that affect you though, you just let it be and enjoy yourself.
4.) Sometimes you come on too strong.
You never realize you have flown too far off because of the abundant amount of energy you contain. And I am sure coming on too strong on some people has had its fair share of embarrassing moments for you as well.
5.) It is hard for people to understand you.
Wherever you go, people judge you for your extrovert personality and now you’ve just become used to it. Well, it’s not easy to make everyone understand everything and honestly, you shouldn’t even care about it.
6.) You have a countless number of people in your life.
Wherever you go, you make friends and that has led to an endless list of people in your life. There is no problem in having so many friends, except on your birthday when you have to invite all of them to your party. You better start saving.
7.) People get concerned when you are in a bad mood.
People can’t even think of you being sad or upset. So on those rare occasions when you do get annoyed, angry or upset, everyone gets worried. And then you’re countlessly bombarded with that staple question, ‘Is everything fine?’
8.) You can never live alone.
Living alone is not your thing because you are addicted to talking and having people around you. It’s all about socializing for you and that’s just how you live your life.