An extrovert dating an introvert

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Non-verbal communication is key to being effective as well.It’s the ability to have your body language say the right thing so the person you’re speaking to knows your listening.Effective communicators don’t react to situations with high emotion.It means not having to say something all the time in every situation.However, any time you really demand this it comes off as if you are not caring, loving, and willing to involve them in your world.Sometimes the hardest thing in a relationship with an extrovert is that you just demand to be understood.You just can’t give out as much energy in a social gathering as your partner (the extrovert) can.

Your extrovert partner is there to complement you and help you get over your weaknesses with their strengths.

However, there are obstacles that your reserved nature may cause in the relationship and such you may find difficult to absorb.

Here are some things only you will understand if you are an introvert in a relationship with an extrovert.

You are simply not comfortable with socializing with everyone – including their friends and family.

Truthfully, you do not always have to be on the defensive to get through life. You have a partner who can spark the fire and make your world more alive. It seems they are not in tune with everything you do or how you approach life, yet you continue to stick through the challenges of a relationship with them.

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