You may have never stopped and considered the temperament of the people around you.
And if you’re an outgoing extrovert, it may be especially challenging to rationalize with the softly spoken, quiet relative of extroversion.
Which is why, as a now-expert on the subject, this is my advice to all other extroverts looking to date an introvert.
First of all, introverts make good partners for extroverts Dating an introvert was the best romantic choice I have ever made for myself.
Being respectful of your partner’s needs, however, does not let to say sometimes, “It’s important to me that you come to this party,” or, “I understand that you need solitude, but it’s not OK with me for you to spend every evening alone in your man cave. Perhaps you need to go to big parties alone or with friends, but your partner is OK with small dinner gatherings.They tend to avoid crowds, hate small talk, and express themselves better in writing than in conversation.Introverts are the quiet achievers with a lot to offer!The first time I met Michael, I thought he hated me.We swiped each other on Tinder, I told him I liked his dimples, and after a few days of nonstop witty texting, we met for drinks at a hipster hangout in the East Village. I don’t think he said more than a few words during the whole evening.