Are You a Mirror or a Window?

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Are You a Mirror or a Window?

Postby Lilien » 05 Dec 2012, 01:49

You Are a Window

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You are a truly extroverted person. Your life feels empty without lots of people in it.
Being around others makes you feel joyful. Friends and family bring meaning to your life.

And even if you're all alone, you prefer to be people watching out in public.
You are a cheerful and eager participant in the world. You are full of delight and wonder.

Are You a Mirror or a Window?
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Re: Are You a Mirror or a Window?

Postby Athena » 17 Dec 2012, 03:32

You Are a Window

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I wouldn't call my self extroverted, though... :thinking:
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Re: Are You a Mirror or a Window?

Postby Nurse Jo » 17 Dec 2012, 10:01

You Are a Window

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You are a truly extroverted person. Your life feels empty without lots of people in it.
Being around others makes you feel joyful. Friends and family bring meaning to your life.

And even if you're all alone, you prefer to be people watching out in public.
You are a cheerful and eager participant in the world. You are full of delight and wonder.

I would definitely call myself extroverted. Someone not a million miles away from this forum once said I was useful because if I was with introverted people I could be extroverted on behalf of everyone, very rarely awkward silences with both myself and Sue around :no: :no: I think this was the natural politeness of this person, other less polite people call it verbal diarrhea.
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