Last week on the blog we discussed Introverts—what they are, personality traits, social interactions, etc. This week we are tackling Extroverts. It’s not uncommon for people to be mislabeled as an Extrovert because they are outgoing. We hope after this week you have a better understanding of what it looks and feels like to be an Extrovert.
What is an Extrovert?
Extroverts do tend to be social and friendly people, just like many Introverts. The difference is the way they gain their energy. Extroverts get their batteries recharged by being around others. Social environments and large crowds give them energy and fulfillment. They don’t feel the need to take a break or have alone time because they enjoy being around people. They gain inspiration and joy from talking and spending time with others, for long periods of time.
We hope you come back tomorrow as Tammy discusses personality traits of Extroverts.
Written by Christy Fogg, MSW, LCSW
Christy Fogg, MSW, LCSW is a licensed therapist at Imagine Hope Counseling Group. Christy enjoys doing marriage counseling, individual counseling, couples and relationship counseling. Christy also provides family counseling, child counseling, and adolescent counseling.
Imagine Hope serves the Indianapolis area, including the surrounding areas of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Zionsville, and Westfield.