That’s why psychotherapist Dr. Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D recommends scheduling time daily to connect with someone you love.
Though phone and video chat are preferred, even a texting session will go a long way. “By having loved ones to vent to and share with, an extrovert can still reap good feelings, even when working remotely,” she explains. “Extraverted professionals need to have periodic infusions of people interacting with and being around him or her to feel more connected, productive, and happy.”
Dr. Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. is a psychologist in Los Angeles. To read more of this article, visit “How to Survive Working from Home if You’re an Extrovert” on www.theladders.com