Extroverts vs Introverts

@Pattitude (1299)
Newton, North Carolina
October 31, 2015 6:47pm CST
Can they really understand each other? It seems to me that extroverts would overshadow the introverts. But maybe introverts can improve on their self-confidence by learning from extroverts? Which one do you think you are?
This article first appeared on QuietRev.com A while ago, I received a letter from a reader named Lily, who describes herself as extremely quiet and shy. Lily is part of a women’s group called the “Super
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@simone10 (21664)
• Louisville, Kentucky
1 Nov 15
I think I am kind of in between. When I was younger, I was definitely an introvert. But as I have gotten older I am finding myself more and more outspoken.
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@Pattitude (1299)
• Newton, North Carolina
1 Nov 15
It is the same for me. I was super shy when I was a child, but came out of that as I got older and gained more confidence.
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@simone10 (21664)
• Louisville, Kentucky
7 Nov 15
@Pattitude Me too. And, I went through menopause a few years ago and that has made me even more outspoken.
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@owstalaga (4528)
• Philippines
31 Oct 15
Of course I'm one of the introverts. I can also be loud sometimes too but then afterwards I will retreat to a quiet place to recharge. Doesn't really matter if one is an introvert or extrovert as long as no one is stepping on anyone's toes and hurting each other literally.
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@Pattitude (1299)
• Newton, North Carolina
1 Nov 15
I used to be an introvert, but after getting my toes stepped on often, I became an extrovert.
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@owstalaga (4528)
• Philippines
2 Nov 15
@Pattitude I think I'm in-between then, I can be an extrovert when I want to but my default mode is that of an introvert.
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• United Kingdom
1 Nov 15
I don't think being a introvert automatically means having low self esteem nor can you associate being an extrovert with being self confident. many people hide there lack of self esteem by over compensating while many introverts are confident enough in themselves not to need the attention of others.
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