What is the difference between "to thrive in" and " to thrive on" in terms of meaning and usage?
Which one should I use in which situation?
For example: what does this sentence, from Cambridge dictionary, mean?
She seems to thrive on stress.
Does she have a tendency to be more successful and efficient in a stressful environment?
And what does this sentence mean?
Some people thrive in fast-paced, deadline-heavy careers, while others prefer less stimulating work.
Can I replace 'thrive on' with 'thrive in" ? Probably not, but what would it mean if I did?