(I say "our" because like so many writers content to sit in solitude, alone with their thoughts, I too, am on the introvert spectrum.)Although personality labels have been assigned to both camp, introverts and extroverts have one specific difference: The extrovert is energized by large groups of people, while the introvert feels drained, in need of solitary recharging.An extrovert might feel suffocated with too much alone time, while an introvert needs it in order to function like a normal human being. We often need time to process, to articulate, to THINK (because we're always thinking! While an extrovert might speak before she thinks, an introvert is more likely to observe, analyze, and take it all in.
And it also gives you an opportunity to draw her out of her shell, away from her comfort zone, while also respecting another person's unique needs and quirks.
And yet even the most outgoing extrovert — someone who craves constant social interaction and thrives on other people's energy — can find some benefits to settling down with an introvert (who would really like some peace and quiet already). Sure we might get lost in our thoughts from time to time, but we're paying attention. And when it comes to a life-long partner, "good listener" is suddenly way more attractive.2. When your body gives in and you need to relax, you have a permanent couch partner. Introverts crave less people, more connection, and more intimacy. Introverts are known to be introspective, self-aware, and sensitive — meaning we're more likely to really 6. Introverts almost always require some alone time in order to be sane, calm, functioning people.
Based on the most recent research (as well as the decades I've spent living as an introvert), we just might make awesome spouses. Netflix binge-watching and comfy pants are our love language. We might not be the best chit-chatters at the office and the thought of large group presentations might cause heart palpatations, but just the two of you, one-on-one building a sincere bond? You won't be stuck in 50 awkward conversations just to get through the grocery store. If your introverted spouse has been especially social and busy, she'll need some space to recharge — space away from anyone, including you.
: do not ‘act’ as you think a man or woman should act; that is to deceive: be truly who you are.
If you try to impress by ‘acting’, you will have to maintain that act throughout life to keep them happy.
You've dated a lot of nice girls but none of them seemed like marriage material?