Introverts and Extroverts, Camping and Travel

As an extreme introvert, I am in awe of people who take whirlwind trips and manage to cram such a tremendous amount of sightseeing and activities into them.

I just read an article that sums up  the differences between extroverts and introverts pretty well.  While they claim it’s a “new” study, I find nothing I didn’t already know in it.  Nevertheless, I thought it would be fun to share this article…. which helps explain why I adore slow walks in the woods and the details of nature — and why rallies and crowds and rushing from place to place overwhelm me.

Scientists claim to have discovered why some people like to spend their nights at wild parties while others prefer to stay in with a cup of tea.

The brains of introverts and extroverts differ in the way they respond to experiences, according to a new study.

The research revealed that extroverts like instant gratification while introverts tend to be distressed by excessive stimulation.

People who are extroverts tend to focus their attention on people’s faces while those who are more introverted tend to pay more attention to smaller details – which could explain why they do not like overly stimulating situations.

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