This explains everything about living with my 17year old son. A happy go lucky kid, who will pace around the house looking for someone to hang out with if he is left alone for five minutes. If there is a moment of quietness, his moaning of I am bored begins, but that lasts only for a few seconds until he gets on his phone to find someone to hang out with. He will always bring someone home for dinner. The time he spends alone is when he is sleeping. His sport endeavors have all been based on socializing, if there is not a social connection in his sporting endeavor he will loose interest. He was a successful swimmer for years, and his favorite events were the relays where there was a team effort. He stopped swimming when the coach wanted him to be serious, and not to see it as a social event. The only reason he swam was to socialize. As an extrovert he likes being on the pitching mound under the pressure to compete, but don't ask him to stand in front of a classroom to give a presentation, he tells me that he gets nervous. I don't understand, I think I would be more nervous on the pitching mound. An extrovert is a very entertaining person to live with, but there are some days I wish that he would just find a good book and chill out, but if that happened, I probably would be asking him if he was feeling alright.
A silly video to show the differences between introvert vs. extrovert
Introvert vs. Extrovert