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People who are more laid-back are adjusting better to quarantine life

People who are more laid-back are adjusting better to quarantine life
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More research has found people who are more laid-back are adjusting better to quarantine life — and are overall more optimistic. 

The survey found people who move a little slower through life, take their time, and are a little introverted could not only adapt to life at home easier but were also more likely to see the bright side of things compared to ambiverts, or extroverted-introverts, who do things faster, or move a little quicker through life.

Interestingly, introverts or people who generally take their time were also more likely to do well under pressure and might just be thriving through quarantine. 

 

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