Relationship experts have asserted that despite the obvious differences, introverts and extroverts make great romantic partners.
9 signs of couples in introvert-extrovert relationships
This may be because opposites attract and one makes up for the other where they lack, balancing each other out
This may be because opposites attract and one makes up for the other where they lack, balancing each other out.
Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, wrote: "Extroverts report that introverts give them permission to explore their serious, introspective sides."
"Introverts, on the other hand, often feel grateful that their extroverted partners make the atmosphere light-hearted and casual -– and that they do so much of the talking," she says.
Kelsey Borresen of Huffington Post says the main difference between these two temperaments comes down to how energy is gained. Introverts gain energy and recharge by spending time alone, while extroverts gain energy by surrounding themselves with others.
Compiled by Huffington Post, here are 9 common situations that arise when an introvert marries an extrovert.
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