Many people think that extroverts are shallow, attention-seeking people and that dating them is going to be super stressful because of how outgoing they are and how much they love being around other people. But as an unapologetic introvert, I actually find that extroverts are the best kind of people to date. They’re just so much fun, full of energy, and they tend to bring a lot to the table.
They open you to new experiences.
Extroverts aren’t comfortable just sitting around and letting the world happen to them. They like to go out and seek adventure. They’ll pursue things that appeal to them and do things they’ve never done before just for the thrill of it. If, like me, you’re a person who’s comfortable staying at home all year long, dating an extrovert will bring some much-needed color into your life.
They encourage you to step outside your comfort zone.
When you’re with an extrovert, you won’t have to worry about getting into a rut or becoming bored in your relationship. They’re going to push you to try new things, go to new places, and meet new people. They’ll challenge you in all aspects of your life and keep the spark alive even when you don’t have the strength to.
They’ll be the life of the party for both of you.
Extroverts have excellent social skills. They can walk into any room and immediately become the center of attraction, but they won’t force you to do things just because they’re doing it. When you hang with other people, they won’t need you to entertain them. They can start conversations, hold small talk, have a good time, and let others feed off their energy.
They enjoy showing you off.
Whenever we went anywhere and met someone that he knew, my ex would promptly introduce me and start talking about how amazing I am. He wasn’t the type to keep things lowkey or let his partner fade away into the background. He loved me and thought I was the most interesting person he’d ever met and he wanted everyone to get to see that too.
They’re team players.
Extroverts enjoy thinking out loud, so they’re great for bouncing ideas. They love being part of a group and if you’re their partner they’ll go to bat for you without you even having to ask. When they see you struggling, they’ll come up with solutions or do everything in their power to help. Is there something you’ve been dreaming about? They’ll figure out a way to make it happen because what makes you happy brings them joy.
They’re full of surprises.
Extroverts are like an onion. When you peel back one layer, you’ll find another there so you’re always going to be discovering something new about them. You won’t feel like they’re hiding parts of themselves from you ’cause they’ll be open to sharing and letting you in. All you have to do is go along for the ride. The dull moments will be few and far between.
They’re confident and charming.
They can have a mellow personality but still radiate that positive energy and warm spirit that just pulls you in and makes you feel comfortable within minutes of knowing them. When you’re with an extrovert, there’s no pressure to be a social butterfly. You can just relax and watch them in their element, and just be yourself. With time you’ll find yourself coming out of your shell.
They know how to make you feel cherished and needed.
I love dating extroverts because talking to them never feels like a struggle. They can hold a conversation without making it seem stressful or making me feel like I’m burdening them because they’re usually so inquisitive. They always want to talk and be around the people they care about. So you’ll always feel like they care about you because their actions will show it.
They are comfortable with who they are.
Extroverts are fine with who they are. They don’t worry about what other people think of them. They just live their lives and assume everyone else will be alright. As long as you’re content just being with them, they won’t try to change you. Being with them is like coming up for air.
They’re good at picking up on non-verbal cues.
Because they hang around people a lot and they like to soak in their environment, extroverts can pick up on when something is wrong. There were times when my ex could tell something was bothering me even before I realized it, then he’ll ease me into talking about it.
You’ll get quality time and still enjoy having personal space.
Extroverts love getting to know you and spend time with their partner. But when you need some time to yourself, they can go do their own thing and come back to you when you’re ready for company again. So if you’re an introvert, you’ll have the freedom to be yourself and still be happy together.
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