Are You An Introvert, Ambivert, or an Extrovert?

 

 

Level 2: The stage of situation where the baby is 2 months old and start observing the link between the reflection of the image and their own body movements. An experiment conducted on 6 weeks old baby showed how the baby was systematically able to imitate the actions that the adult made.

Level 3: the identification stage, where a 14-18 months old baby are able to recognise their own face in the mirror. This is a significant point as hey are able to acknowledge their own physical appearance and they even make eye contact with the one looking at them.

Level 4: The stage of permanence is another significant point when children are around 3 years old and are able to acknowledge their physical appearance and existence beyond the mirror image. They come to an understanding of the mirror self as an image taken yesterday or a movie made tomorrow.

Level 5: The stage of acquiring self-conscious. Also known as acquisition of meta self awareness, it takes place when children are able to comprehend how they are valued and perceived by others. Children are able to assess how someone is judging them as they walk into a room hence they end up behaving in a specific manner.

“Introverts, in contrast, may have strong social skills and enjoy parties and business meetings, but after a while wish they were home in their pajamas. They prefer to devote their social energies to close friends, colleagues, and family. They listen more than they talk, think before they speak, and often feel as if they express themselves better in writing than in conversation. They tend to dislike conflict. Many have a horror of small talk, but enjoy deep discussions.”
― Susan Cain, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

“When you’re socially awkward, you’re isolated more than usual, and when you’re isolated more than usual, your creativity is less compromised by what has already been said and done. All your hope in life starts to depend on your craft, so you try to perfect it. One reason I stay isolated more than the average person is to keep my creativity as fierce as possible. Being the odd one out may have its temporary disadvantages, but more importantly, it has its permanent advantages.”
― Criss Jami, Killosophy

“Spend your free time the way you like, not the way you think you’re supposed to. Stay home on New Year’s Eve if that’s what makes you happy. Skip the committee meeting. Cross the street to avoid making aimless chitchat with random acquaintances. Read. Cook. Run. Write a story. Make a deal with yourself that you’ll attend a set number of social events in exchange for not feeling guilty when you beg off.”
― Susan Cain, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    You wake up in the morning, is your bed wet?

    • Nope, not at all
    • Yes, it is completely wet
    • Nope, thank god for diapers or else it definitely would be wet
  • Question of

    Who picks out your clothes in the morning?

    • Mommy
    • Daddy
    • Boyfriend
    • Girlfriend
    • Myself?
  • Question of

    What kind of clothes are in your drawers

    • Overalls, onesies, basically anything with snaps at the crotch for easy access. OH! I forgot about my diapers!
    • T shirt, jeans, ya know normal things
    • Dresses, skirts, girly things that are puffy and soft so no one can see my “underwear”
  • Question of

    Lunch time! What are you eating?

    • Baby food pouches and jars!!!!!!! Yum!
    • Idk normal food
    • Food that i can easily pick up
    • Normal food but it needs to be cut up into tiny pieces
  • Question of

    Speaking of lunch, who’s feeding you?

    • Mommy
    • Daddy
    • Boyfriend
    • Girlfriend
    • Myself?
  • Question of

    Do you play games while you eat?

    • Duh
    • No?
  • Question of

    You get up from your lunch, your stomach hurts a bit but it stops suddenly. What activity do you want to do after lunch?

    • I don’t know, go out and do something productive.
    • PLAY
  • Question of

    You finish up your post lunch activity when *insert person you live with* asks you a question. Do you smell that?

    • Smell what?
    • Yeah i do
    • Oh yeah i just noticed that
  • Question of

    Your both decide to investigate the smell, where do you look?

    • You check around your toys, they check in the kitchen
    • You check around the couch, they check the bathroom
  • Question of

    You’ve regrouped and deduced that the smell came from your room. But where??

    • You place your hands on your butt and feel if you did a poopy but you don’t think you have
    • You place your hands on your hips, still not sure where the smell is
    • You have decided that you don’t care and you go play with your toys
  • Question of

    Wait…. your roommate sniffs the air again and asks you to turn around…… “Oh my god! Did you poop yourself?!?!?!”

    • WHAT? NO! I CANT HAVE! I HAVENT DONE THAT SINCE I WAS A BABY
    • You stand there shocked, you didn’t think you would get caught for your guilty pleasure but it seems like you have started messing your pants without realizing that you were doing it
    • OHHHHHH That wouldn’t make sense, i didn’t even notice
  • Question of

    OMG YOU TOTALLY DID POOP YOUR PANTS! OMG I don’t know how i feel about living with a baby that poops their pants

    • I’m not a baby! I didn’t realize i pooped my pants! It was an accident!
    • I’m sorry
    • *say nothing*
  • Question of

    When did you poop?

    • Question 1
    • Question 7
    • Question 11
  • Question of

    You get changed into new clothes when your roommate decides to give you a second chance. The painful embarrassed feeling in your stomach is gone now and you feel lighter. What is your plan now?

    • I don’t know, watch tv, something lazy
    • Fold laundry or something productive
    • PLAY
  • Question of

    Your roommate enters the room and sniffs the air. They then frown and ask you if you smell something?

    • Nope
    • Yeah must be from the bathroom

Are you a baby who needs to wear diapers?

Myers Briggs: Are you Judging or Perceiving?