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We get along great, but we’re opposites in many things, especially when it comes to our personality. They always think you hate them, which results in you thinking that they hate you. So, when Ashley wrote about what it’s like to be an extrovert dating an introvert, I knew I had to write the same thing, from a different perspective. Keep in mind that whoever is worth your time and getting to know will take relish in peeling back those layers to tap into your rich inner landscape.
it becomes just a little more difficult when you’re dating someone with a very extroverted personality. They get super antsy when sitting quietly for too long. Trying to explain that you need a little space for yourself once in a while comes off as insensitive and insulting. Sometimes their outgoing personality is overwhelming and exhausting.
While most people still meet in person, online dating has become more acceptable in recent years.
And for introverts, it might provide the entrée to meeting their future partner without the angst that comes with walking up to complete strangers and starting a conversation.
Oddly enough, being completely void of any new women in my life for two full years was amazing. Ninety-eight percent of my friends are married and incredibly boring.
I’d certainly say I am introverted initially, but once I get to know someone, I am definitely a chit-chatter. After a very, very, very short string of women who could tolerate being around me for short lengths of time, I gave up.
When I plunged into the dating scene after getting out of a long-term relationship, my immediate inclination was to "play" extrovert by setting up numerous dates in a week, to give everyone a chance, to give those I was on the fence about a second chance, and to stay out well past my bedtime, even if I felt like I was losing steam.