Extrovert self-care tips
Read the room
Firstly, extroverts are often stereotyped as being outspoken and confident. However, at times this may come across as rude, arrogant, or annoying to some. While it is important to express your thoughts, it is prudent to assess the mood and situation.
For example, if someone you know is having relationship troubles, now is not the time to bring up the sweet thing your partner did this morning. In addition, if people you know are being laid off, it might be best to avoid talking about your raise (no matter how deserving it may be).
Being too forward or lacking sensitivity can get you in trouble down the line. This doesn’t just happen during interactions between extroverts and introverts, but also between two extroverts. Maintaining healthy relationships and work environments is very important for extroverts to really thrive.
Hit the gym
Regular exercise is important regardless of your personality or body type. Even if you are already in good health, extroverts have additional perks when they hit the gym.
Firstly, gyms, parks, and health clubs are great places to meet new people with similar interests. This can be a source of motivation for extroverts to workout everyday. In fact, having an “accountability buddy” can help you stick to your diet and push you to surpass your limits.
Secondly, proper diet and exercise will improve your shape and mental health. Eating clean and burning calories gets your heart pumping, releases endorphins, and boosts your energy levels. Despite popular belief, extroverts are not always confident and brimming with self-esteem. Therefore, maintaining a healthy figure is beneficial for loving yourself and reflecting it outward.