People with the orange personality type can be described as social butterflies. They sincerely love people and like to be around others. One of their deepest needs is to belong, to be a part of a group. Dealing with these people is easy — they aren’t judgmental and their presence is not intense. They are kind, warm and optimistic without being needy. They love freedom and adventure. When it comes to relationships, they prefer to socialize with like-minded individuals.
This personality type is extroverted. “Orange” people do not spend their time analyzing their inner world; instead, they tend to focus outside of themselves, which supports their mental and psychological health.
Individuals with the orange personality type are prone to risky behaviors. They are into extreme sports and adventures — anything that makes them feel more alive. They enjoy competing and winning, proving themselves over and over again.
In personal relationships, it is said that “orange” people aren’t loyal and find it difficult to commit. They tend to get bored quickly and are constantly looking for a new thrill. If you are in a relationship with an “orange” person, you need to be very patient and understanding, in addition to sharing his or her interests. You need to give them a lot of time alone and a lot of freedom.
Orange people are very social and have a lot of friends. Sometimes they can be quite loud, may brag and show off.
They are naturally hedonistic and have a hard time committing to a diet or doing something that requires discipline unless, of course, it’s something they are passionate about, such as sports.
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