Like the sun and moon, daytime and nighttime, and the yin-yang—some opposites are just made for each other. They give each other balance and are the reason they can properly function. Ironically, this also applies to human interaction. Sometimes opposites are needed to function, but the balance between human relationships is much more complex than the natural balance of elements. One of the most common forces of attraction that comes with trouble is when an introvert and extrovert fall for each other. Two opposite worlds collide.
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Being an extrovert with a hot temper I find it difficult to deal with introverted people. Most people, and I was no exception, credit numerous stereotypes about introverts. Yes, they are reserved, sometimes strange and hard to understand, but they are people as well. Moreover, dating an introverted man can have many advantages.
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As an introvert, I oddly find myself drawn to people who are much more outgoing than I am. The marvelous part about extroverts is they know how to dance their way around a conversation and peace out of a party without appearing rude. Let them in. Your thoughts are most likely running a million miles a minute, but your silence can be confusing and frustrating for an extroverted partner. Gently explain your need for solitude.
Introverts have come into their own. Maybe it's this digital age of ours: We email and we text. We don't meet face-to-face as much as we used to. Teams work remotely. People work from home.