You like to go out, but need to recharge afterward.
Sometimes, you go out because of peer pressure.
If you stay in, you experience FOMO.
You need to balance going out and staying in.
Sometimes, you’d rather be alone.
You make up excuses to avoid going out.
You’re sometimes the life of the party.
You sometimes think people are fun.
You mostly think people are exhausting.
You feel intimidated at bigger parties.
You socialize better in smaller crowds.
You’d rather have a small group of close friends.
You’re intimidated by people you don’t know.
You actually want to engage in small talk.
You sometimes don’t know how to make small talk.
Sometimes, socializing feels stressful.
You tend to disconnect in larger groups.
You feel like your social energy is limited.
Your low social energy is mistaken for grumpiness.
You sometimes enjoy spontaneity.
You mostly like to make plans in advance.
You need to plan your social energy accordingly.
You don’t normally make several plans for one day.
The thought of a full day sounds overwhelming.
Sometimes, people mislabel you as “shy.”
You usually enjoy engaging with others.
Sometimes, you just like to observe.