If you haven't done Meyers' Briggs test with your family and friends maybe it is time to do that. Here is a very short test and link to find out your letters: https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
If you want a more in-depth test you can do that too but I think you have to pay for it. I have done so many career assessments with people and observed how the clients gained confidence when they figured out their strengths and weaknesses and what they need to work on and let go of. Working on your personal and professional blind spots will increase your self-awareness. Self-awareness is power my friends and finding out if you are an introvert or extravert will explain many, many situations where you felt you belonged or felt awkward. I also coach people on how to deal with social situations where we build confidence by feedback and finding the person's blind spots. Do not suffer another day thinking you are different and do not belong anywhere, ask for help to find your voice and your place in the world. Reading more about your Meyers Briggs personality can help to figure yourself out and to find those 'aha' moments which could explain why you act and behave in certain ways.
I love hanging out with my ENFP's buddies and we have a great time when we go out. Just the other day an ENFP friend and I went to the local brewery and had a couple of beers. We had a great time laughing, not having a care in the world and we know how to have a good time because we can push each other's 'excitement' buttons really fast. Meanwhile, we were laughing and not really caring if people were looking, two guys approached and asked if we wanted to play pool with them. They wanted some of our energy because one of the guys said it is so nice seeing people having a good time and laughing. We declined but then they came back a few more times to steal our vibes lol (not really) and one of the guys shared his phone number with us. He gave us many compliments and it was just nice to have people reacting in a positive way because we do not always see what other people see as we are just living our lives without thinking about other people's perceptions of us. And I like that kind of carefree and relaxed company, where people are just being themselves, that will always attract other people... Find a way to just be who you are supposed to be with the least amount of anxiety.
My name is Annica Johansson and I am a Career and Talent Coach. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty.