This was the number one complaint I heard from the dozens of introvert-extrovert couples I interviewed for my book.
It seems like an intractable problem, but it’s often possible to find a middle ground.
While there are many downsides to be completely introverted, there are tons of benefits.
The real beauty is that introverts can learn to become more extroverted.
They agreed to have two dinner parties a month, with the husband doing most of the prep work.
They also decided to go with buffet-style dinners rather than seating guests at a single table.
(Everywhere you turn, you hear how much happier introverts are in life, love and work.)Then, the you slips out. I nursed cramps in my hand throughout my elementary years from writing, "I will not talk in class" over and over.With that said, ladies who love men and men who love men, introverts make much better husbands. Because most people can't make up their minds on what exactly it is that they want.Why can't they make up their minds on what exactly it is that they want?Are you an introvert dating or married to an extrovert? One extrovert I interviewed for my book, “QUIET: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking,” described her introverted husband as “the anchor of her world.” Extroverts report that introverts give them permission to explore their serious, introspective sides. Many successful couples are introvert-extrovert pairs. The two types are often drawn to each other out of a sense of mutual delight.