Can an extrovert dating an introvert
As a fellow ambivert, I’ll be the first to admit my moods are complex—sometimes I’m as busy as sorority girl and other times I’m refusing to leave the house after 6pm.Having a hard time keeping up with this rollercoaster? That’s why there are a few things you should understand if this is going to work. We’ll probably impress all your friends with our witty banter and 90s cartoon references.
While Tom has forgiven the deception (sort of), it offers a lesson: Don’t misrepresent yourself, or, even if everything else works out, you’ll never hear the end of it.
People noticed me; boys noticed me; even one of my secret crushes noticed me and admitted that he’d had a little crush on me too.
(Too bad neither of us said anything at the time, but that’s high school.) This realization forced me to recast my whole high school experience and, to an extent, my own self-image in a different light. Here’s the point: Sometimes we imagine that to get attention, we have to compete with extroverts’ glitter and sparkle, and that can be discouraging. Remember how your mom used to tell you that if you just be yourself, the right person will come along?
If you said yes to all three of the above, you’re probably in a relationship with an extroverted introvert.
This is the type of person who’s the life of the party, as long as that party ends at a reasonable hour.