Introverts and extroverts are very different individuals
In essence, introverts prefer to be alone, and extroverts prefer to be in company. There is a multitude of other factors, such as how introverts feel stronger, smarter, tougher alone, and extroverts feel that way in the company of others. But if that’s not enough of a visual, here’s some comics!
Brightside created these illustrations, and the are a very accurate representation. If you haven’t yet figured out whether you’re more extroverted or introverted, perusing this list might help you decide.
#1 How they feel in parties
#2 Extroverts love conversation, whereas introverts struggle.
#3 Phone calls make introverts panic, whereas extroverts don’t even flinch
#4 A chatty person in an elevator is an introvert’s nightmare.
#5 An office space with lots of people can be great, or feel like a zoo
#6 They have different strengths. Extroverts are capable communicators, and introverts and incredibly creative.
#7 They lead differently and their understanding is different.
#8 Your home is your safe place.
#9 A day full of socialising leads to exhaustion or liveliness.
#10 Sitting in public, they’re easy to differentiate.
#11 How they unwind after a long day.
#12 They both look forward to doing what they want during the weekend, albeit differently.
Image source: https://brightside.me