It’s funny when you look around the room on Christmas Day and you see some people initiating games, singing in the new Karaoke machine and generally making merry. They will have their new brightly coloured jumpers on, and telling everyone about each present they got. Around the periphery there’s a group who are reading, taking it all in and quietly looking at their presents, content with their own thoughts and company. To the Extravert it seems the Introverts just need to come out of their shells, and to the Introverts it seems the Extraverts just have to speak out every waking thought. So the Extraverts feel sorry for the Introverts, as they believe you can’t really be having fun if you’re quiet. And the Introverts feel sorry for the Extraverts, as it is so sad not to be able to sit quietly and enjoy one thing without jumping around. So this Christmas strike a balance: Extraverts just need to tell the world, they need to speak out their innermost thoughts and they are happiest then they do so. Introverts really do prefer some peace and quiet and they are happiest when they can be quiet and focus on one thing. So live and let live and have a Happy Christmas Extraverted or Introverted.