Why do some people find parties and the like exhausting yet others must be interacting with people all the time?

Why are you 
							exhausted or otherwise?

Here, Elizabeth Hunter™ has tabulated some reasons. These outcomes can be observed but if you know your pattern as this page assumes then you may find that you can cope with life more effectively.
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Why are you 
							exhausted or otherwise?

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Conducted and composed by Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update 4 October, 2019


The following table shows how batteries are discharged and recharged.

PATTERN
Interaction Effort
Required
Attention Span
Brain Charger
Brain Drainer
Looks For
Avoids
Talk rate
Ranking
1 Director - ESTJ
Moderate
Long
Setting and achieving new goals
Ambiguity
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
1/16. The most extroverted. Amazing conversationalists that have a strong need to talk out loud because it helps their thinking process.
2 Developer - ENTJ
Quick
Healthy if important
Setting and achieving new goals
Complainers
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
2/16. The most likely type to talk to themselves, even when nobody is there.
3 Results - ESTP
Quick
Swaps
Interacting with immediate environment
Inaction
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
5/16. In the company of others, they may never shut up. But if there is nobody around, this pattern can be remarkably mindful and quiet.
4 Inspirational - ENTP
Quick
Flits
Exploring and synthesising new ideas
Routine
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
7/16. Like the Results, but they only like talking if you have sparked their curiosity.
5 Persuader - ENFJ
Moderate
Focus on one thing
Interacting with people
Impersonal Reasoning
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
4/16. Like the Appraiser but sometimes their intuition makes them tune out from the world.
6 Appraiser - ESFJ
Moderate
Maintains
Interacting with people
Emotional Unavailability
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
3/16. Needs to reflect on their experiences from time to time, but can keep the conversation running. Will stop talking if others are not listening.
7 Promoter - ENFP
Moderate
Mega short
Exploring and synthesising new ideas
Predictability
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
8/16. Like the Inspirational, but often pulls away to process their emotions and feelings. Is the least extroverted extrovert, but their bubbly curiosity still manages to drag them out into the world.
8 Counselor - ESFP
Moderate
Very short
Interacting with immediate environment
Isolation
Social settings, centre of attention, introducing themselves to new people, rarely avoids unfamiliar situations for fear of messing up or not knowing someone, comfortable in large groups, spearhead group sports or group outings and be the ring leader for weekend activities, after-work cocktail hours or other social events, rarely turn down invitations to weddings, parties and other gatherings, friends with many people, large social network, many acquaintances, talks out problems or questions and they roll of their back, outgoing, optimistic, engage in risky behaviour, flexible.
Alone time
8 people at 12.5% quality; any group
6/16. Introverted feeling is really starting to weigh down on this pattern, making it one of the least extroverted extroverts.
9 Specialist - ISFP
Long
Easily distracted
Analysing deeper meaning behind events
Conformity
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
15/16. Similar to the Practitioner, but needs others to activate them.
10 Investigator - INFJ
Long
Long if interested
Analysing plans for the future
External Conflict
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
12/16. Very reclusive pattern their desire to impact the world and their strong ability to care for others drags them out of their own heads.
11 Agent - INFP
Long
Short
Analysing deeper meaning behind events
Unimaginativeness
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
16/16. The most introverted. If they did not push themselves, these types would never leave the house.
12 Achiever - ISTP
Moderate
Bored if no challenge
Piecing together logical systems
Neediness
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
13/16. Barely able to out-introvert the Investigator.
13 Practitioner - ISFJ
Long
Long
Internally organising their experiences
Inconsistent people
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
11/16. Similar to the Enhancer, but somewhat more prone to daydreaming.
14 Objective Thinker - ISTJ
Long with repeats
Long
Internally organising their experiences
Unpredictable Situations
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
9/16. Draws energy from their inner world and thoughts, but outgoing, observant and with their heads focussed on reality. Their strong familiar connections to their community and their need to talk out loud to manage their thoughts is always going to pull them right into the action, even if it drains their energy somewhat.
15 Perfectionist - INTP
Extreme
Long if interested
Piecing together logical systems
Emotional Demands
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
14/16. Similar to the Achiever, but constantly stuck in their own imagination and ideas.
16 Enhancer - INTJ
Moderate
Healthy if important
Analysing plans for the future
Improvisation
Escape from being the centre of attention, public speaking, crowds, parties, concerts, new environments, the home or office to escape to, preference to internalise problems.
Having to base happiness on other people’s values
2 people at 50% quality; small group
10/16. If it were not for their proactive and achievement-oriented traits, they might never leave the house. However, this patterns ambition often drags them out into the world.
PATTERN
Interaction Effort
Required
Attention Span
Brain Charger
Brain Drainer
Looks For
Avoids
Talk rate
Ranking

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