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Should an introvert dating an introvert

If we have a big night with friends over, the next night he wants it to be just us (and probably the next several after that, as well).

It’s a completely different experience to my previous relationships and I’ve learned so much already. Sometimes they read a book, watch Netflix or play a video game.

There’s nothing wrong with it, it’s not personal, and I just need to let him do his thing for awhile and then he’ll be back to normal.

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.

Appreciate the fact that your partner may not have the energy and desire to entertain and socialize constantly with friends and family. The need for intimacy or human interaction is present in both personality types.

It has been found by psychologists that people who tend to value intimacy highly are people with a smaller circle of friends who prefer sincerity as opposed to parties.

He’ll entertain people, but it probably isn’t his preference.

My guy is a great host and chef and he likes to have people over, but he doesn’t want to do it all the time, and definitely not numerous nights in a row.

When you’re an extrovert, dating an introvert takes work.

As I mentioned earlier, dating an introverted guy was hard for me for awhile.

I think this cycle is understandable because no one likes to feel dominated, but at the same time, the extrovert doesn’t want to feel disrespected because it appears his/her partner doesn’t seem to care about the conflict.