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Being able to sit together and to just 'be' without having to talk or verbally interact can be such a welcome reprieve for an introvert." —Jamie Lee Wilson, Facebook "As an introvert married to an extrovert, open communication is key.When we first started dating, I would get frustrated because he would put me in situations that made me uncomfortable without realizing it or meaning to (taking me to places I didn't know anyone but him and wandering off to talk to someone else, or taking me to loud, noisy places, for example).Having him bring me into the group and set up the conversation makes it easier for me to talk to the people I don't know even if he wanders off.Also before we go out, we decide how long we are going to stay somewhere so neither one of us tries to leave earlier or stay later than our compromised time." —katrinah4bce5c12a "Compromise.My partner of seven and a half years knows that when she and I go out, I'm going to need recharge time.
It's even better if you have a dog to bring with you." —josephinea4b05eddf2 "My go-to things are art galleries or museums, lectures, fun educational things like that.
I do things I'm passionate about so I'm speaking about what I really care about and it's not just meaningless conversations.
My boyfriend and I often go to the Supreme Court or embassies." —kelseykw "For me, I've found it much easier to date other introverts!
I'm now with an extrovert and I've never been so happy." —luisad491ca7563 "My current boyfriend took things slow.
When I said I wasn't interested in dating him, he told me that he only wanted to get to know me.
During the awkward silences you can just get on with your activity, but conversation is still possible.