“People” People | 4 Facts About What It Means To Be An Extrovert

“You’re so outgoing!” “You’re such a ‘people’ person!” “You’re the life of the party!”

If you’ve ever heard these things, you might be an extrovert. Being an extrovert is more than just being outgoing. Being extroverted has a lot to do with where you get your energy, and how you process things. Here are a few extrovert facts.

  1. Extroverts get their energy from being around others.  For an extrovert, nothing is more invigorating than being around other people. After a long day, they recharge by going out or having dinner with a friend, or just hanging out with someone else.
  1. They process things out loud.  Extroverts primary mode of interaction is with the external world. When they work through things, they need to talk through them, write them down, vent.
  1. Extroverts are stimulated by their environment. Extroverts thrive on constant stimulation and borderline chaos. It energizes them. Being busy and on the go is not usually overwhelming for the extrovert; it can actually help focus them.
  1. Wide range.  Extroverts typically deal in the wide range of things. They may know a little about a lot of different things. They may be friends with a lot of different people. This keeps them on the move, and keeps them from getting bored.

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Author: Mayeling Angelastro, MA, LMHC is an Orlando Winter Park Bilingual Licensed Mental Health Counselor providing help to couples, families, couples, children and teenagers with offices in Winter Park and East Orlando.  (407) 248-0030

Co- Author: Madelyn Bodi (UCF Intern)

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About the Author:

May Angelastro, MS, LMHC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and a wife and mother who uses her outgoing personality to connect with children, individuals and couples. May’s clients mention how much they love how easy she relates to others. May’s passion for counseling stems from her own experience of relationship struggles and poor self esteem. In her journey she has found ways to heal from the past and have healthy relationships as well as self confidence! May loves to help others find life enrichment, manage their emotional and mental health and guide others to overcome life challenges. May is a Master’s level bilingual therapist with experience working with children, individual and families who are struggling with relationship issues, PTSD, trauma and depression. Mayeling received a Master’s of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Trinity International University and a Bachelor’s of Science from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. Mayeling has years of experience in children and adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. After graduating with her Master’s degree in mental health counseling, Mayeling spent a few years working with children and families in Florida’s school districts and Denver Children Advocacy Center as an outpatient therapist. Mayeling’s main areas of professional interest are play therapy, trauma, relationship, depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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