We are not extroverts.
Sometimes we might forget this, at least this introvert does. But not being more extroverted doesn’t mean we can’t engage in and enjoy extroverting activities.
Introvert actions are usually done by one self while extroverting includes others.
Introverting and extroverting include actions as well as preferences or being labels to help us to understand personality differences.
Think about times you spend extroverting in activities like hosting a small dinner party with friends, vacationing someplace new or attending your high school or college football game with a few friends.
Then ask yourself did you enjoy the event?
It would be a safe assumption that for the most part, you did.
But if you were to find yourself in a whirlwind of such extroverting activities, and you were asked the same question, you would probably say you weren’t all that happy about a week long of party after party after party.
Give me a week of quietly interesting activities anytime.