I saw a profile description for ENTP on facebook just recently:
If an ENTP is basically forced into isolation from people, they would logically have very low energy right? (Since extroverts gain energy from being around people). I find that I don't ever seem to have energy, I'm usually at home constantly and trying to pass the time, bored shitless. I'll occasionally go on a knowledge quest, but most of the time I spend staying up till 5 am... I suppose trying to find someone to talk to. (:smiley_violin: damn that sounds so sad...). The problem is, this interferes with my work, I'm constantly having to shift my body clock back to get up for university lectures, and that often turns out pretty bad too.ENTP - The Inventor
Restless, argumentative, creative, and cutting-edge. Has a lot of energy and thrives on debating and challenging others. Good at putting things together in innovative ways.
Once upon a time, I think I dealt with this by playing video games non stop, as soon as I stopped that, things suddenly changed a bit. How can I be sure that I'm not an introvert? Am I an extrovert that's just failed to build up a decent network of friends yet?