Are you someone who thrives in social settings, or do you prefer "me time"? If you have to push yourself to go out, start using texting to your advantage. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our tips and examples.

Changing from introvert to extrovert is more than a matter of overcoming shyness. Actually, an introvert can be very outgoing and friendly – the trouble is, they become tired and withdrawn when they’re in a social situation for too long. Introverts energize themselves by being alone.

An extrovert, on the other hand, gains energy from being a social butterfly. Both personality types can use texting to be more social…but first, which category do you fit into?

So How Do You Know?

One of the best ways to tell whether you’re an introvert or extrovert is by imagining the following scenario: You’re at a party that’s scheduled to end at midnight. Once the clock strikes 12, several of your friends decide to check out an after-party. If you’d be excited at the thought of spending more time with your friends, then you’re probably an extrovert.

Why? Because introverts like the idea of having more social time than originally planned. Dislike the idea of “social overtime”? you’re probably an introvert. It’s not that you don’t want to spend time with your friends; rather, you rationed enough energy for this particular party, and you know that going to an after-party would emotionally drain you further. Think your answer might be due to a lack of sleep? Sorry, no amount of sleep can change someone from introvert to extrovert. It’s a question of energy.

From Introvert To Extrovert: Coming To Terms

Trying to permanently change your introverted personality would be fruitless. Some personality traits stick with us forever, no matter how much we change our behavior. However, it is still possible to change how you react to certain situations, and of course you can call on texting to help you.

Use Texts To Be More Social

Don’t listen to what technophobes have to say; for a lot of introverted people, texting is one of the least tiring forms of communication. Unlike a phone call, there’s no instant feedback, making it less stressful than verbal communication. So, use texting to your advantage.

Example: “Hey there partner, Any plans Sat? My cave is empty 🙁 Want to join me for a serious wine tasting session?”

If you’re introverted, then planning a structured activity with a goal in mind can lessen the pressure of needing to plan a social situation from scratch.

Example: “Hey Eric, Here’s the link to the travel blog I mentioned. So many incredible places…where to start? Sea or Snow?”

The Internet is filled with tons of ways to safely meet strangers. Meetup provides information on meetups in nearly every city, catered to your own interests and hobbies. Use text messages to follow up with interesting people you meet.

Example: “Hey Linda, It’s Thirty Thursday! Are you all dressed up and ready to roll? See you at 7?”

Some introverts worry about meeting new people when they go out. Knowing that your friend or co-worker will be at the same event can reduce this fear.

Texting For Every Personality Type – From Introvert to Extrovert

Text messages can be a fantastic form of communication for introverts to make plans and be more social without draining their energy. From introvert to extrovert, texting is an awesome way to make plans and nurture bonds! Happy Texting!

Claudia Cox

Claudia Cox is a modern communication expert who gives singles and couples alike the tools they need to improve their relationships. She is the creator of The Text Weapon Texting Club, and the author of French Seduction Made Easy. She loves the outdoors, baking tasty treats for friends, and of course, texting.
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