Dating an extrovert

They make each other better people, and isn’t that the point of being in a relationship?

After all, being the life of the party one moment and reveling in solitude another isn’t quite a cogent pattern to decipher. We do not live in a state of absolutes and the extroverted introvert, too, is a delicious mix of opposites – who paints a simply breathtaking picture in stunning but not necessarily complementary hues, that leaves one delighted with the canvas of life.But don’t weigh yourself down thinking you’ll have to match up to her energy.Just because she’s an extrovert doesn’t mean you have to be the life of the party yourself, she doesn’t expect you to!One of the things that is absolutely imperative to a healthy and interesting relationship is having friends outside of your partner (shocking advice, I know).Extroverts won’t let you fall into the black hole of being a Netflix/takeout couple. The ones that you can’t remember if they got a new girlfriend or moved back to the West Coast.Attracting an Extrovert Finding Balance When You’re Dating Maintaining Your Own Identity Community Q&A You may have found yourself attracted to that outgoing, sociable cutie you see around sometimes.Maybe it’s their energy or the way they seem to be always on the go.Perhaps you first noticed them in one of their rare quiet moments.Whatever the case, they have sparked your interest.She loves challenging activities and may sometimes ask you to accompany her.Be ready to have a go at stimulating and adrenaline pumping sports like rock climbing, water rafting, scuba diving, and bungee jumping!

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