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You’ve probably noticed that people tend to swing one of two primary ways when it comes to social interaction.
There are the extraverts, who thrive in other people’s company and need a lot of socializing in order to feel happy and recharged.
And then there are the introverts, who prefer quiet, solitude, and peace.
The former will be most at home at a blazing festival where they can dance all day and night in throngs of others, while the latter would consider that to be a type of hell.
Similarly, the latter might have their “happy place” in a museum or library, followed by solo takeout to share with their cat.
There are of course different levels of extra- and intro-version, and many people experience different parts of that spectrum depending on what’s going on in their lives at the time.