What Type of Introvert Are You?

Introversion is a term that can be used to refer to many different personality types. While most of us understand it as wanting or needing to be alone, it doesn’t always look like someone cuddled under their blankets while the rest of their friends are partying it up. Introversion can be people who don’t have a large circle of friends, and instead prefer to have a few close buddies. It can also be people who like to spend time with others, but don’t like to be the centre of attention. It can also just be those folks who like date nights in instead of out and about, cherishing together time with those closest to them. Take this quiz to find out what type of introvert you are, and get to know you and your internal needs a little bit better.

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  1. I‘m Restrained Introvert
    You’re a quiet, reserved type of introvert. You enjoy the company of other people, but only in moderation. You don’t let yourself get too close to too many people, and if you do you’re careful to keep expressions of love under wraps. Slightly more passive than the anxious and social introverts, you like to take your time before making big plans. Living in your head isn’t a bad thing though, as you’ve proven. You always take time to weigh your decisions and make the most out of all your opportunities.

    Yes, all of the above holds true for me. I dunno why I’m discriminated against and labeled as a snob or shy when I just want to take time to be aware of the situation that i’m going to be in. I don’t want to be emotionally attacked you know.

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