(This is in response to the ask above)
I just want extroverts to be aware themselves and the methods, and targets of their interaction. I have never suggested that extroverts kill themselves. The solution to this problematic communication between introverts and extroverts is a question of how interactions are directed between individuals in a power structure and the difference between in-group and cross-group communication.
Here I drew you (crappy) pictures to better explain it. The top half represents the introvert group, and the bottom is the extrovert group. The colors of each group represent the health of each group. Lastly the red arrows indicate amount of interactions, along with the source and direction.
Lets start off with the model for our current western society:
Notice how interaction bleeding into the introvert group causes stress for that group while the extrovert group remains unaffected. This is the privilege of being unaware of the damage that extroverts cause, as it is not putting stress on their group.
Conversely, lets look at the model if in some way extroverts were forced to contain the majority of their social tendencies:
While this alleviates the problem for introverts, we instead see that this has instead created unneeded stress within the extrovert group. This also is a state that we do not wish to exist in.
Here is the ideal state where extrovert interaction is tailored to cause less cross group stress:
In this idealized model we achieve happiness in both groups. There may be some strain as it asks extroverts to reduce individual instances of cross-group communication. However when viewed on the societal level we see that it drastically improves the health of the introvert group while only marginally harming the extrovert group.
I hope this has helped answer your question.