10 Clues That You Are An Outgoing Introvert

Outgoing introvert

You took a personality test and learned that you're an introvert.

This discovery makes a lot of sense given the many of the ways you react and feel on a daily basis. 

You do some research on introverts, and while some articles describe you perfectly, others don't even come close. 

Sure, you'd rather send a text message than make a phone call, and you may even prefer to have quiet alone time over being in a loud and rambunctious crowd.

However, there are other introverted behaviors that don't fit you at all.

You don’t stay home alone all the time watching TV in your sweatpants. You may have a ton of friends, and sometimes you even enjoy going out to a party.

So how do you know if you really are an introvert or an extravert?

Introversion and extraversion exist on a scale, so your introversion score may be slightly lower than the "typical" introvert.

Introversion and extroversion are personality traits that are part of a wide spectrum, and you can fall anywhere in between. 

So you can still be an introvert -- just a more outgoing one. While some people do fall close to an extreme end, others are more in the middle, giving them qualities of both.

If you're an outgoing introvert, that means that deep down you are an introvert, but you may behave like an extrovert in certain situations or with specific people.

Here are 10 signs that you may be an outgoing introvert:

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