- Ambivert42% (10)35% (8)38% (18)Vote
- Extrovert8% (2)9% (2)9% (4)Vote
- Introvert50% (12)56% (13)53% (25)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
I'm am ambivert. Probably in the realm of 48% extrovert and 52% introvert to be precise.
Introversion and Extroversion are brain chemistries. You can't change it any more than you can change a male brain to function as a female brain which are essentially biologically different.
People really confuse what an extrovert and introvert is. They think it's about traits. I. e an introvert being shy, anti social, a reader whereas an extrovert is labeled as a small talker, loud and a party animal that can't handle being alone in quiet.
In reality the attributes can apply equallytoboth. The scientific basis for them is an introvert gains energy through deep meaningful conversation, smaller group or individual interactions and alpine1
Most Helpful Girl
Definitely an ambivert. For years, I found it difficult to put myself in the two most common groups. I never knew ambivert existed for ages. My online dictionary doesn't even register the word! When I discovered it, it made so much sense.
I'm a lone wolf a lot of the time, I love time alone, I crave alone time and being with people for too long can bother me. At the same time, when I'm alone too long, I need to be with people and I really enjoy being with them. It's very difficult to find the balance.
I used to be very extroverted in high school, but that could've been around the time when I didn't really pay attention to any uncomfortable feelings I had around people or when I was just a happier person. Sometimes I'm super quiet (rarely) when I'm not bothered in making friends with those around me so those people assume I'm shy and nice. They soon find out I'm a confident, bundle of loud annoyingness!0