posted on Dec, 30 2017 @ 03:48 AM
There are advantages to both, extraverts will benefit from more social connections and networking, thus gaining opportunities for trade (of
information through conversation, or maybe swapping favors) and even job opportunities. I learn a lot about new video games, shows, technology, ideas
to improve my home life, and more.
With the internet, I think a lot of introverts are able to socialize without feeling drained by it. So this means that they can still get a lot of
Since they aren't spending time socializing, introverts are able to do things like spending lots more time on their personal hobbies or research, both
of which are very cool things.
I personally like the idea of being an introvert better, but I am an extrovert. This means that I don't have as much time to spend playing the video
games I want to play or the books I want to read because people are always showing up at my place. I get an almost uncontrollable urge to invite
people over, or make new friends, way too often.
I do learn a lot of things about everyday life, such as animes to watch or games to buy, or where to find good deals on food, supplies, or whatnot
through in-person conversations. My socializing also improves through all of the interacting I do, which gives me an upper hand in many situations
that I find myself in.
edit on 30amSat, 30 Dec 2017 03:50:09 -0600kbamkAmerica/Chicago by darkbake because: (no reason given)