Extroverts can run into just as many problems that introverts do, but since they can seem to always be “happy” and “energetic”, the world has a tough time grasping when they have been triggered or offended. Here I have compiled a list of common Extrovert Problems.
- Being Told To Calm Down
The most common problem that extroverts will encounter is being told to “calm down” and “stop being so annoying”. Even though most extroverts will handle these comments quickly by adjusting their personality down a notch and acting like everything is fine, it’s not. Comments like these send a deep feeling of hurt into an extrovert. They weren’t trying to be rude or annoying, that is just how it seemed, so cut them a little slack.
2. When People Get Mad At You For “Prying”
If you have a conversation with an extrovert, sometimes they can seem to want to know too much. They aren’t “prying” , they are truly trying to understand who you are and how you are feeling.
3. People Think You’re Mad When You Are Quiet
Usually you are the bubbliest and most talkative person in the room, so when you finally decide to shut your trap, people think that you’re mad at them or that someone offended you.
4. You Need People
Other people are your source of energy, so when you can’t go out and socialize for a while, you might start to feel drained and tired.
5. Afraid Of Being Too “Clingy”
The last thing in the world an extrovert wants is someone to label them as “clingy” or “high-maintenance”. They truly are independent people, but since they gather their energy from others, it can seem as if they are too social and outgoing.
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