Have you ever labeled yourself as an introvert or anextrovert, then realize that you don’t quite fit in either of the categories?

It seems like, for a better understanding, we have the tendency of putting things, situations and people inside a box and labeling it. It’s just easier to look at things this way, even though we’ve well aware that there are a lot of grey areas in between labels.

The human behavior falls more likely in the grey area. Of course, some behaviors can be labeled — a serial killer is a psychopath, yet a psychopath isn’t necessarily a serial killer. But we’re not going to talk about extreme human behavior, but rather about some general ideas on personality types.