Introvert, Extrovert, Ambivert & Echoist Quiz: Find Your Tendency
And lastly, we have echoists. “These are people who—through a combination of factors, including upbringing, temperament, and cultural factors—have learned to deny their own needs, wants, feelings and even identities, and instead focus on others,” Muñoz explains.
As clinical psychologist Perpetua Neo, DClinPsy previously told mbg, you can think of echoists as the opposite of narcissists. “Situations that call for echoists to state their own needs, to claim their own voice, or to act on their own behalf or in their own best interests, are often the most challenging for them,” Muñoz adds.