To be out of the crowd or to be one of the crowd? is the question.
Eysenck’s theory of personality basically focused on two dimensions of higher-order traits, extroversion vs. introversion and emotional stability vs. neurotic ism, or emotional instability respectively. Extroverts are commonly known as being loud and outgoing while introverts are often thought of as quiet and reserved.
Then there my people, are times, when a person posses both traits of extroversion and introversion.
These people are known to be ambivalent.
These people are a lot different from the 2 types i already mentioned.
They are the people who would love to be a party freak on a saturday and might love to just stay at home and read a book on another.
They are a lot more outgoing sometimes in a social situation and the other times would grab a corner to mind their own buisness and might get inside their phone.
Such personality trait is rare.
so, basically how difficult it is to understand such a complex personality trait who cannot decide within their life whether to be or not to be?