Dating an extrovert
but does that mean it's OK to be overwhelming? You finally snagged a date with that HOT guy from the gym.
Over dinner, you practically sit on your tongue to appear demure.
Getting the spotlight makes them happy, well-adjusted, and just generally brings out the best in them. You, on the other hand, dear introvert, don’t derive this same reward from social stimulation.
You are energized by quiet isolation, which helps you to recharge and face a new day. Part of it is learned behavior—your family, the environment you grew up in, and your peers.
Another woman said that her husband refused to socialize with her, and while she didn’t mind socializing without him, she didn’t like doing it all the time, and found herself staying home more than she preferred.
And I’ve heard from multiple guys trying to woo introverted women, and wondering how much chasing was necessary, or intrusive.
Sometimes, like many experiences during our childhood, we may veer away from our true nature in order to "fit in."I know it's frustrating being the "shoot from the hip" gal when what you desire is to build rapport with a love interest.But the next day he texted me that he’d had an amazing time and wanted to take me out again. How could he possibly have thought that was a good date? I agreed to a second date out of pure curiosity (and horniness).All my previous boyfriends were life-of-the-party-guys—men who fed off my energy and swept me up in tumultuous emotions. Dating an introvert was the best romantic choice I have ever made for myself. Before you give up, do what introverts do best and take a moment to think before you act.Extroverts have minds that have developed to be energized by social attention.