Surely you've heard of introverts and extroverts? You may have even thought about who you are. Wondering if you are a modest and high-minded introvert or a fun-loving extrovert with powerful self-expression? But maybe you are neither an introvert nor an extrovert, but an ambivert! Ambivert is the happy medium of these two personality types. Ambiverts are often overlooked and personality types are usually assessed in only two directions. In fact, there are three personality types, and one of them is the ambivert. I'll help you understand if you can be an ambivert. As you read my thoughts, try to constantly ask yourself if you are like that, if your world of thought and behaviour is the same as the ambivert. I will also give examples of introvert and extrovert to make it easier for you to understand which of the three you are.


An ambivert is one who changes his or her behaviour according to the environment. He is like a social chameleon who chooses attitudes, emotional states and stand according to people and the environment. If he likes the people around him, he is free, fun, happy and sociable, just like an extrovert. If he feels any discomfort, he is restrained, aloof, or closely watching his statements, as an introvert does. He is the golden medium of these two personality types. 

Ambivert has situational behaviour. This means that he chooses his attitude according to the situation. When the person he interacts with is open, he also takes on his open attitude. When rude, he stays away from that person and tries to find a way to getaway. When someone sheds their heart, they try to find a way to improve their mood. He is a multifunctional chameleon. However, this does not mean that he does not have his own character. He simply adapts to other people by their nature and chooses his behaviour accordingly.

For example, an ambivert may be very committed, correct, and serious at work, but spending time with friends lets out his inner child. Enjoying being far from reserved and modest. The multi-functionality of ambivert varies, depending on the person himself. They are not all the same, but what I want to convey is that they adapt their behaviour to the situation.


Although introverts are great listeners who can delve into what is being said to him or her and have the ability to move quickly with a flight of thought, an introvert does not always dare to express his or her opinion. Rather, he leaves many things to himself, not that he wants to hide, but it is not natural for an introvert to express his whole opinion of the situation. The extrovert, on the other hand, is the one who can talk to you easily, but he can't dig deeper into what you say. An extrovert is not a person of deep conversations, he can easily direct a conversation towards himself. He likes to be the centre of attention, he draws attention to himself so, just like that.

Ambivert, on the other hand, is the creator of the golden middle way and conversations with him are certainly more balanced. He can listen, delve deeper, give good advice, dare to express an opinion, let the other speak and speak for himself. When talking to an introvert, topics may run out because they don't want to share a lot about themselves, with an extrovert, the conversation can be dominated by the extrovert, but the ambivert gives both parties a chance to be balanced in the conversation. Extroverts attract too much attention in communication, introverts get too little, and ambiverts are the golden mean between the two.


For an introvert, being alone or spending time with people with whom they have a strong lifelong connection is a complete safety zone. For an introvert, spending time alone is something she loves and doesn't really feel lonely about. He will not be bored in his own company. It is important for the extravert to be with people, making new acquaintances, and constantly sharing one's thoughts, feelings and experiences. The extravert has a large circle of acquaintances with whom he would be happy to share his time. Being alone is difficult for an extrovert.

However, it is the ambivert who needs to be alone and in the company. He needs to share those two moments in his life. If ambivert has been in the company, spent time with other people, he needs to move away from other people to load himself, moving to the place where the introvert feels most comfortable. Ambivert has no problem being alone and enjoying his own company. After a while, however, the ambivert wants to be in the company again. In his life, there is a constant commute between social distancing and meeting people. If there is too much of one, he will go to the other side.

Introverts spend most of their time in their own company, extroverts in the company of others and ambiverts commute from one side to the other. Ambiverts are, so to speak, social introverts.


Introverts are those for whom the best working environment may be alone or in a very small group. There is no problem with this type of personality to get work done without a larger group. Moreover, it is more productive than it can be delivered on its own. For the extrovert, society is a bonus when it comes to work, it makes him walk, live and act. Working together, working with a partner is great. But the ambivert is the one who can do both and enjoy both. At the same time, the ambivert does not want working alone or working in a company to become dominant. For ambivert, the best way to work is to work on his own, then work with someone, re-deliver alone and be productive, and then work together again. He needs a change, and if the workplace can provide that change, it's great for him.

It is difficult for introverted people to express their opinions in groups, so their good knowledge and ideas can only be known by themselves. For an introvert, independent work is most ideal. Ambivert can work in any environment, independently or collaboratively, they can be very good co-workers, giving extroverts a chance to shine and have a say. At the same time giving the introvert a chance to stand out. Ambivert is the one who likes to bring everyone together, including those who are more modest, such as introverts.


An extrovert is one who trusts people automatically. He is socially open, for him anyone could be a friend and getting along with everyone could be a natural thing. An extrovert may not often detect someone else's malice, falsehood, or bad motives. It is natural for him to accept a person, and therefore extroverts can hurt a lot during their lives, because their trust is easy to win, but also easy to break. 

Introverts, however, tend to be sceptical. Something in his neck keeps telling him, "I can't trust him, he definitely has some hidden motive in him or he has something suspicious, I have to delve into it." For an introvert, someone sits on the shoulder and constantly sends a signal to him, which makes him extremely careful.

However, ambivert has excellent reading skills. He very easily perceives the true face of man, his motives and sincerity. This type of personality is also the one who can see different aspects of everything. He can see the good from the bad and the bad from the good, or find something useful or harmful in everything. Ambivert is the one who does not dismiss the most unlikely idea and at the same time does not praise the most utopian dream. He is two feet on the ground and at the same time an optimist.


All three personality types create friendships very differently. Although introverts are the ones who have difficulty making new friendships, they are also the ones who can keep the friendship lasting and strong. The number of friends is not important for an introvert, one good and reliable friend is enough. If there are two of them, he is happy. An introvert can keep a friendship strong, even distance doesn't have to be a factor that lets friendship go away. He is the one who can keep friends in his heart for the rest of his life. It is suitable for an introvert if there are few people with whom he can share his life and truly open himself to them.

But the extrovert is the one who can make new friends on the go, that's not an issue. A smile, a few words of talk and acquaintances we are. An extrovert is like a magnet that attracts attention and of course, he likes it. The extravert has a large circle of acquaintances, but there are very few, if any, profound connections in his life. Extrovert may be familiar with very large groups, but he prefers to get something from everyone rather than something deep from one person.

Introverts know a lot about their few friends, know them through and through. The extrovert knows something about many people, but little in-depth.

An ambivert can be an acquaintance and friend of many different people, just like an extrovert. But he is the one who does not dedicate himself to a very specific person. An ambivert may have many friends with whom he tries to make a deeper connection in conversation, just like an introvert, but still wants to remain a free bird. Someone who is not directly involved and who always has the opportunity to move from one person to another. For an ambivert, it is important to communicate with people, share your thoughts and life, but not be connected to them. He is a free soul.


There are many benefits to being an ambivert. Ambivert can be social, open, enjoy his own company, share his life with others, not miss people, be thorough in his work or delve into other people's stories. But the ambivert also has its darker side.

Ambivert reminds me of a zodiac cusp, where one energy collides with another energy and restlessness is guaranteed. It's a personality type that wants to be the bright sun among other people and at the same time be a lone wolf like an introvert. In him, there is a constant struggle between going out and being alone. He wants both, but he can't do both at once. When someone calls the ambivert, he's gone right away. The other half of him, however, pulls him back to activities he can do alone.

This same struggle will last a lifetime, but it is possible to strike a balance. Ambivert must remind himself that if he has been alone for a long time, it is time to step out and vice versa. The ambivert is balanced by his lucky crystal Yellow Jasper.

Yellow Jasper is a crystal that is useful for you if you are an ambivert by the personality type. Yellow Jasper helps to balance the energies of this personality type, helps to bring happiness to his activities and bring out positive traits. It is a great crystal of success and happiness, which helps the ambivert to always find the best solutions for himself.


Ambivert is a great person in the company, he can get along with many people and talk about wall-to-wall topics. However, he is not usually the one to grab the phone and have a big party or invite you to visit. He will be happy if you find him or someone mentions something exciting to him. He is not a great organizer, but he is definitely the one who enjoys participating. He does not have to take the initiative or do anything. However, he has part of the introvert that has given him independence, and being an ambivert makes a person independent. At the same time, he also has a lot of extroverts who enjoy sharing fun, jokes and emotions. Ambivert is the one who has been invited to the party, who communicates with everyone but leaves at the end of the day with the knowledge that he would have spent quality time at home.

So who are you – are you an introvert, an extrovert, or an often-forgotten personality type ambivert? Who is your best friend, your companion or child, or what kind of personality do you think I am? Exciting contemplation!