Your underlying temperament will never change – meaning that if you have an introverted temperament type (S or C in the DiSC) you will ALWAYS need to rest and recharge after socializing.
Having said that, even introverts are able to have a flexible approach to socializing, and may switch from being extroverted to introverted depending on the circumstances. This behavior is typically assigned the definition – ambivert.
Ambiverts are individuals who possess a balanced mix of both extroverted and introverted personality traits. They can enjoy socializing and being the center of attention, but also need some alone time to recharge and reflect.
Some personality frameworks that recognize ambiverts include the Big Five Personality Traits and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Within the MBTI, individuals who score close to the middle of the extraversion-introversion spectrum (around 50% on each side) are often considered ambiverts.
So, it is possible for someone to switch from being an extrovert to an introvert based on circumstances, especially if they fall under the ambivert personality type. However, it’s important to note that personality is complex and dynamic, and everyone has their unique way of expressing their social tendencies.