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What extroverts need to know about dating introverts

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Everyone questions just how much opposites actually attract, especially extroverts dating introverts, two personalities who seem to have completely different ways of life. But despite having differing attitudes and personalities, dating and relationship experts find that pairs like these can be more than successful.
 
That’s not to say that extrovert-introvert couples aren’t without their problems. Sometimes dating someone too out of your own element can feel more than confusing, often causing unwanted frustration, and not to mention tiresome arguments.
 
If both parties in the relationship are willing to work with one another to make things work successfully, it can really pay off.
 
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Learn to make your differences your superpower
 
Making any relationship work comes with accepting each other’s differences. While extroverts tend to be ‘people people’ and thrive on lots of social interaction, introverts trend to be more introspective and need to recharge after some social events.
 
Often at times, extroverts feel frustrated by the lack of communication from their introverted partners, therefore immediately misinterpreting them as standoffish and rude individuals. Similarly, introverts can grow frustrated with extroverts’ constant need for social interaction, making them feel uncomfortable and frustrated.
 
Learn each other’s communication style
Extroverts and introverts have different ways of vocalizing their feelings, so it’s important for both parties to have an open dialogue about making the relationship work. Doing so can help you both understand each other better and squash any unnecessary arguments down the road.
 
Compromise — don’t change
Even with very different personalities, always remember that changing your partner never works. Compromising makes a much healthier alternative, as making deals can help you both satisfy your own unique nature.

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