Question by  mich (25)

How do introverts compare to extroverts?

I would like a list of qualities of each.


Answer by  PHOAT (645)

Introverts tend to prefer activities and hobbys that are in quiet or 1:1 settings. They are shy in meeting people but can open up in time. Extroverts tend to seek social situations, like being the center of attention and are comfortable with new people and situations.


Answer by  DogLover82 (412)

Introverts tend to be quiet in both speech and dress, extroverts tend to be loud in both. Introverts tend to be "wallflowers," while extroverts are often the "life of the party. " Extroverts are often leaders, while introverts are followers. Most politicians and sales people are extroverts. Most introverts would rather work in occupations with less public contact.


Answer by  Anonymous

Introverts are comfortable in their own skin. Fitting in isn't necessary for them, which makes an introvert a much more stable person who is committed to their values/opinions compared to extroverts.


Answer by  timeismoney (994)

Introverts are shy, quiet, and socially avoidant. Extroverts are outgoing, talkative, spontaneous, and attracted to large gatherings, where they have no problem attracting the lime light.

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