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Today people are usually divided into extroverts and introverts. If the first feature is characterized by friendliness, talkativeness and energetic behavior, then the second manifests itself in closed solitude.
There are many articles on the Internet about how to behave with introverts, how to establish contact with them better than they live. From this point of view, it seems that extroverts have no problems at all.
However, the stereotyped image of super-sociable people, easily overstepping pain and resentment and thoughtless, is erroneous. Extraversion is as interesting as introversion. And even the emerging myths about extroverts are corrected by experts, arguing about the true state of affairs.
Extroverts require a lot of attention. The desire to constantly be in sight and bathe in attention is mistaken by many for arrogance and arrogance. But do not get confused in these matters. Any extrovert needs to be surrounded by pleasant and close people for comfort. It doesn't cost them anything to spend time alone, but it will be much more interesting to do it among friends. There is nothing from pulling attention to yourself.
Extroverts are always happy to talk to anyone. Do not take these people as rampant talkers. Sometimes they also want to be silent, and sometimes the interlocutor is not the one with whom they want to open up. The image of a sociable person even interferes - sometimes you don't want to communicate and waste time on empty conversations, to which the mood does not dispose. Thinking that extroverts are always happy to talk is tantamount to thinking that introverts always want to read books.
Extroverts aren't sophisticated at all. It is believed that such subtle things as literature and art are best discussed with sophisticated introverts who know a lot about it. Extroverts, on the other hand, seem superficial with their cravings for noisy fun. In fact, their vital energy allows you to visit more specialized resources, learn more about some events, and listen to a variety of points of view. The resource of oral communication allows you to get the information that an introvert, due to his closeness, will not be available. The superficiality of extroverts is actually versatility and curiosity. There are no specialists who understand all issues at the same time. Introverts prefer to study deeply a limited range of topics, while extroverts cover a large area of issues, but do it less deeply. Each of the options for understanding the world has its own pros and cons.
Extroverts are always in a good mood. Extroverts are ordinary people who know how to feel, including experiencing not the best emotions. It is a mistake to believe that such people have a holiday every day. They experience failures, problems in relationships, at work, general dissatisfaction with business. And it really spoils the mood, and the love of communication has nothing to do with it. This difference is so significant compared to introverts. Those can be gloomy, even in a good mood. Against this background, extroverts look cheerful, but only due to the effect of comparison.
Extroverts are not interested in how others react to them. According to this myth, the extrovert is so open to the world that he does not have time to notice the reaction of others, considering it unimportant. In fact, both disapproval and praise will be appropriate for him. For an extrovert, recognition and power are important incentives, far more than for introverts. But sometimes, for the sake of maintaining the general positive attitude in the company, he prefers not to notice the taunt in his address.
Dealing with extroverts is really tiring. Extroverts can be exhausting, just like everyone else. They are really concerned with making everyone around them comfortable. And usually people are grateful for such an atmosphere and support. But periodically, this form of communication turns out to be inappropriate, seeming intrusive. We consider being in good company to be a natural thing, but inappropriate attention of a person is remembered. And introverts can be just as tiring, too. They can seem boring, going deep into one topic. To other people, this may already seem uninteresting.
Extroverts are chatty. It is worth distinguishing between sociability and talkativeness. The classic extrovert is not a chatterbox and idiot, but an interesting thoughtful person with a deep inner world. It will be easy to establish contact with him, and he will not just chatter. These people carefully absorb everything that happens around them, they will certainly notice if someone with them is not interested. Extroverts may appear chatty to introverts, as the topics of conversation may lack depth. But these people can tell a lot about real life, which you will not read about in books. Extroverts learn about the world through communication. During the conversation, they begin to better understand what is being discussed. But introverts prefer to study the topic in detail first, and then talk about it. So "talkativeness" is just a peculiar style of thinking.
Extroverts love to party. At parties and in noisy groups, extroverts are indeed easier to find than introverts. However, this does not mean that all open people adore such events. There are many other interesting things in life, not just dancing and fun. Many extroverts do not go to parties of their own accord, but for the sake of the company of their friends. New acquaintances and communication can energize. Extroverts generally do well under these conditions. However, physiology does not necessarily determine behavior. So sometimes people choose other forms of recreation, not necessarily characteristic of the classic temperament.
Extroverts easily adapt to new conditions. It seems that it costs nothing for an extrovert to become the life of any company. After all, he easily makes new acquaintances, chooses universal topics, winning friends. But this is not the case. The company may turn out to be simply unfriendly, or even corny, uninteresting. And the team can be closed, consisting of some (oh, horror!), Introverts. This situation will cause discomfort to the extrovert, while the introvert himself is always ready for it. In any case, the extrovert will try to start communicating to see if he is interested and interested in himself.
Extroverts are not interested in what their interlocutor thinks. And again, the myth represents the extrovert as a person endlessly chatting about something of his own. In fact, he is interested in the whole world and the interlocutor himself. Communication is very important for extroverts, so they try to sincerely maintain a conversation by being interested in the person's problems. And these cases may be even more important and interesting than their own. The difference also lies in showing interest in the conversation. If introverts begin to speak more quietly and listen more, which is easy to take for attention, then extroverts become aroused, raise their voices and gesticulate. It is easy to mistake this for aggression. Introverts tend to cooperate, while extroverts tend to compete. In conversation, these people try to convince their interlocutor. At the same time, extroverts jump from topic to topic so quickly that the same introverts do not have time to speak. It seems to them that their opinion is neglected and it is not interesting.