Anyway... matociquala was talking about social commitments and cutting back a bit because she found being with people was exhausting rather then energising which is ...the canonical difference between an introvert and an extrovert
Whenever I do personality tests, I balance right on the border between introvert and extrovert, which doesn't make me normal, it just makes life awkward.
If I have too much people time, I get hyper and/or frazzled and need some alone time to recover. (That's why I am reluctant to go to conventions if I can't have a single room. I get really stressed if I don't have a bolt hole where I can be solitary.) But if I have too much alone time, I slide into lethergy and depression. To stay in balance I have to be rather like Alice when she was nibbling bits from each side of the mushroom to adjust her size.