“In my own examinations, I believe the meaningful preferences have to do with how we recharge our batteries,” he says. “Some people gain solace from the time they spend in solitude. Others feel a need for group activities to feel energized and recharged.”
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Interesting point. I always thought personality types were based on whether you are a people person or not. But this would explain why some people are loud and outgoing but need their alone time.

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