When looking at the zodiac, we know there are a diverse range of personality types that run through the 12 signs.
Some are quiet, some are pensive, some are vibrant and some are intuitive. We've already looked at the sensitive ones. The emotional souls of the zodiac and the ones that might be struggling to find their feet in our current reality.
But now we look to the bright stars - the bold, extroverts of the zodiac. Astrologer Srna Vuckovic answers our questions on why these are the signs that thrive on social interaction. Fun, loud and big balls of energy, you're lucky if you have one of these people in your life.
Which signs are the extroverts of the zodiac?
The fire signs are generally known for their loud, social, fun natures - Aries, Sagittarius and Leo. They usually have bolder personalities and don't tend to get overwhelmed by social situations.
Why are these signs more extroverted than the rest?
Fire signs are always expressive, they don't hold back. They're cinematic and thrive off meeting people, connecting, talking. It's their nature. But because of this they can also be easily immature and bossy. They engage the competitive side to life, they're just wired that way.
Obviously, there are shy Leos and the rest, but they're very few and far between. In the heart of every fire sign there is a star waiting to explode. They just need to feel good, and if they do, they'll give you a show.
Air signs (Libra, Gemini and Aquarius) are harmonious, great conversationalists and usually quite curious about people - this makes them often the life of the party, always the guy or girl everyone likes to be around because they've always got something going on.
The exception is Aquarius, which is very much both, introvert and extrovert on any given day. Again, this is individualistic for each person, it's not to say you can't come across a Pisces or Virgo that are extroverted just less so. It's all about how we're wired - this is why Astrology is so cool, because in little questions such as these, you come to realise it does affect our personalities to a degree.