Nothing will shut us down faster than hearing something like, "C'mon, what's your deal?
If you’re the introverted partner, you may start to wonder what you saw in your “loudmouth” mate to begin with!
Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean that the relationship must end.
Introverts use alone time to recharge their personal batteries.
That’s why you need to make sure you’re getting enough.
[Read: Why giving space to each other will actually bring you closer] #2 Accept their frequent activities with friends.
Just as introverts recharge their batteries by spending time alone, extroverts recharge theirs by being with other people, especially in groups.
So here are our top tips: #1 Take some time for yourself.
Remember that you don’t need to spend every minute with someone just because you’re in a relationship with them.
Therefore, if your extroverted honey wants to go out with the guys or girls multiple times per week, don’t turn it into a huge issue.
An extrovert who stays home in silence too long usually begins to get depressed, and being in a relationship with someone who’s constantly glum won’t be much fun for you, anyway.
This is how we form lasting bonds with others: one-on-one and through personally meaningful conversation. Or how people will say that, in dating, calling is preferable to texting because it's more personal or thoughtful or whatever? If you call, please have a reason for doing so and get to it quickly. BTW, this is what we mean when we respond with, "Sorry, have plans already! Just because we need quiet time doesn't mean we expect you to do the same. Just don't try to force us when we don't want to, and don't make us feel bad about it.