Orientation “in” and “out” – the path to equality

During nowadays, all sorts of psychological terms have been gaining popularity, even to the point that anyone who uses the Internet will be able to make a psychological portrait of his neighbor from the top floor (and will do it better than a highly paid psychologist). These terms include two well-known concepts – introvert and extrovert. In case you don’t know anything about, the first definition means a person focused on his inner world, the second – on the outer world, his environment.

Often, referring themselves to one camp or another, people begin to justify certain of their actions. There is an affirmation or refutation of a peculiar “fashion”. Let’s make a short historical excursion. Previously extroverts were popular as the brilliant people, loving to be in the spotlights, very sociable and easy-going. And introverts have, as their complete opposition, literally, quite literally been crushed and infringe Lena weight of public opinion ( since in many introverts – the most that neither is a geezer, is not it ), but now the situation has taken a completely different turn.

Now it’s fashionable to be original, a little crazy and forever young. Focused, intelligent. In general, as introverts exist in their own worlds – sometimes obscure, smart, often detached, but always interesting to us.

Why, finally, we want to provide you once again with information about both types, even contrary to modern fashion? (And this is exactly what we are going to do). Yes, because neither introverts nor extroverts themselves are not wonderful animals, and the dialogue between these two personalities can and should be carried out successfully. Isn’t it interesting to try on the guise of a person completely opposite to you? Moreover, to understand that you are no worse and no better, you are equal.

Types of Introverts

Orientation “in” and “out” - the path to equality

Previously

Scientists believed that introversion is a deviation from the norm, a psychological disorder or a form of depression. It has recently been established that an introvert is a person who accumulates energy within himself, and does not release it outside. They are healthy and have no mental disabilities.

Extraverted.

The temperament of a person of this type is similar to the nature of an extrovert. They are also sociable and cheerful, they can tell interesting stories and be the initiator of many meetings. But all this applies to a small company consisting of the closest and most loyal people. This type of people likes to work alone, when you can fully concentrate on the task at hand. They can do without communication, but not for long, because the need for a company and communication with friends is great.

Thoughtful.

Representatives of this type like to be alone and think about their past, about the universe. They are used to analyze everything. These people do not see the world through pink glasses. Critical thinking, developed intuition and an analytical mindset are inherent in them. They do not like to stick to the plan, but give themselves to work completely. It is hard for them to find a profitable job, because the main thing for them is not a salary, but the opportunity to reveal themselves.

Disturbing.

Such people prefer to completely abandon communication. In a large company, they feel embarrassed, begin to be embarrassed, confused by words. Difficult for them to understand the feelings and emotions of others, so get close to someone and make real friends find it difficult to T nly in a comfortable place, and with someone he can relax and start to conduct a friendly conversation.

Restrained.

This type of people is most often called slow and awkward. Before doing something, they will think many times and only then get to work. Even after they woke up, they can lie in bed for another 10 minutes and think about the upcoming day. Restrained introverts do not like to get on the rampage, but prefer to think things over, bring out a logical and most often correct solution to the problem. This type has a strong opposite to extroverts

Extrovert Types

Orientation “in” and “out” - the path to equality

You may be surprised, but the population of the globe is significantly filled with extroverts – as much as 75%, and all because they also have different types.

Sensory

He receives all knowledge not from scientific theories, but based on his feelings. The representative is more inclined to action than reasoning. He likes outdoor games or other activities instead of philosophical conversations with others.

Intuitive

The person who belongs to this subtype, on the contrary, prefers intelligent conversations with friends. He does not like the monotony in life. If he does not find support from his students, he will find another company for himself. He likes to talk for a long time about events that may occur.

Ethical

A cheerful and friendly person, who is in constant balance. He likes sharing his life experience with others and supporting them in difficult situations. In addition, he is an excellent conversationalist and a hospitable owner of a cozy house.

Logic

A true self-confident leader. Logically approaches the solution of issues and aims at the best result. Therefore, it sets itself complex tasks, on the way to which it performs smaller ones. He draws energy from the opportunity to grow up the social ladder.

Pros and cons

Notice both of those and others have both columns filled. Let this serve as a reminder that we are different, and in each of us there is something both bad and good.

Personality type advantages disadvantages
Extrovert Sociability. People with an extraverted psychotype are always ready for interaction. They willingly become initiators and leaders of mass events. Adaptation to any conditions. An extrovert will not disappear, even if you are in an unfamiliar place without money, cards and a phone. He calmly copes with any circumstances, easily survives critical situations. In addition, extroverts love everything new. Determination. An extrovert does not tend to choose and plan for a long time. He buys the thing he likes immediately, decides where to go on vacation in the same way. Love of life. Even when faced with serious disappointments, the extrovert continues to love life. His vitality is explained by such qualities as: the ability to quickly forget insults; lack of focus on failures; desire to expand the range of experienced emotions; good sense of humor, moderate naivety; the habit of sharing emotions with others.   Recklessness. People with an extraverted psychotype do not tend to think about actions for a long time. They do not like to plan and try to do everything right away, they live today. As a rule, extroverts are decisive and proactive, so they grab onto any task without thinking about the consequences. Poor self-control. He rejoices even for small successes, does not hide anger, fear, jealousy and other emotions. In a fit of joy, an extrovert can hug a stranger, which not everyone will like either. It is important for him that everyone knew what he was feeling right now. Therefore, he will try to make this information publicly available (for example, by turning on loud music to suit his mood). Inconstancy. An extrovert is always striving for change. It is as if he is always in search of an ideal, changing such elements as: appearance and style, decor, favorite pastime, people .  
Introvert Concentration. They are able to fully surrender to work and focus on tasks. They are reliable and faithful friends who will not betray a loved one.   Honesty. These are honest and frank people who will not lie in the face or somehow dissemble, but will say everything directly.   Creativity. Creative personalities, therefore, most often introverts become great writers, artists, gamers.   Mind. These are interesting and smart people. Most often in school they become excellent students, because they spend more time at home, they learn more, engage in self-development and replenish their knowledge.   Secrecy, which leads to problems in the field of communication.   Sociophobia . They almost never leave the house, spending all their time in their room.   Shyness. Introverts are not people who seek to show themselves and their talents. Therefore, it is difficult for them to climb the career ladder, because they will not show themselves much. Such people do not seek to make friends with colleagues or the boss.  

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