11 Drawings That Perfectly Show How Introverts and Extroverts See the World

Situations can elicit excitement or dread based on whether you're an introvert or an extrovert.

Parties for introverts and extroverts

ATTN: has previously reported, "An extroverted brain's dopamine reward system responds more actively than an introverted brain's to rewards such as money, sex, social status, and social affiliation. ...This may explain why an extrovert shows more excitement in a social setting than an introvert." 

Anna Syrovatkina at the inspirational website Bright Side has illustrated this, honing in on how introverts and extroverts experience the same situation in very different ways.

From conversations with strangers ...

Conversations for introverts and extroverts

To phone calls ...

Phone calls for introverts and extroverts

To elevator rides.

Elevator rides

The workplace is full of things introverts and extroverts experience differently. From a large office space ...

Office for introverts and extroverts

To their strengths.

Strengths of introverts and extroverts

What leadership means.


Introverts and extroverts perceive their homes in different ways, too. 


After a day of socializing, an extrovert feels energized, while an introvert feels exhausted.


They also relax in their own ways after a long day.


And the same goes for their ideal weekend.


[h/t Bright Side]