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extrovert

, extravert Psychol
1. a person concerned more with external reality than inner feelings
2. of or characterized by extroversion
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Just be at ease and understand that he is so open and free with other girls due to his extroverted nature.
"Kate is going to be Queen Consort one day and Meghan is a humanitarian campaigner whose husband is sixth in line to the throne, which gives her far more independence which someone of her talents and extroverted personality needs.
Conversely, those who ascribe to the rich get richer theory (also known as the social enhancement hypothesis) propose that extroverts' offline sociability could be transferred to SNSs, such that highly extroverted individuals would benefit more from SNSs than would introverts.
Her initial years in Bollywood saw her play the bubbly, carefree girl, but actor Anushka Sharma says she has now progressed in her career and moved beyond "extroverted roles".
"More introverted insurance sales people tend to try to act more extroverted because that's the nature of the sales job."
In a business environment, introverts can express their ideas to trusted extroverted acquaintances, who can then put these proposals into action.
Each area comprises two opposites which makes 16 different personality styles based on the variations in the personality preferences.10 The results of the current study showed that approximately half of the students were extroverted and half were introverted.
According to Timothy Church, professor of counseling psychology, even the people across non-Western cultures reported more positive emotions in daily situations where they also felt or acted more extroverted.
He rattled off statistics about how many more people succeed in their lives simply because they're extroverted. If you have the ability and confidence to talk to people serendipitously, good things happen.
So I was a little surprised when I turned the page to a chapter titled" When should you act more extroverted than you really are?" In essence, I believe Cain is saying it's acceptable to be inauthentic if it is motivated by something virtuous or genuine.
But an extroverted and seemingly affable person may be dealing with depressive symptoms all alone and keeping them internalized, says clinical psychologist Paul Duberstein, PhD, with the University of Rochester.
Few of us are extremes, but more are on the extroverted side.