Most of the time I am somewhat introverted. My idea of spontaneous, wild behavior involves calling someone on the phone. When I really want to live on the edge I will call someone who might actually be there and risk not getting his voicemail. “Next time you see that it is me, could you just not answer it? I’m really more comfortable talking to the recording.”
I am not extremely introverted. I can maintain eye contact for extended periods of time, and not just with cats. I even do speaking engagements pretty often. And again, not just with cats. But for me, introversion is my default setting. My idea of relaxing involves being alone with a book or a computer. Again, I can speak to large groups of people. I just don’t consider it relaxing. In fact, it usually results in a spike in blood pressure and the kind of intense bladder pressure that is usually only experienced by pregnant women.
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