Having almost everyone I know in one tight space — and looking at me — is not my idea of fun as an introvert.
Just because your introverted partner doesn’t want to go to a party with you doesn’t mean they don’t want to spend time with you.
It may not be easy for introverts to recognize they’re in a codependent relationship. Often, it’s a subconscious pattern that plays out.
Your partner needs their introvert alone time just as much as you need your extrovert social time.
I couldn’t take it anymore. I could no longer ignore my true introvert needs, like spending time alone instead of at his friend’s place.
When a happily single introvert decides not to pursue a relationship, it’s a choice. They are content with being alone.
My long-term partner and I live in separate homes, which is what I need to thrive as a solitude-loving introvert.
In dating an introvert, I’ve realized the most important thing is how happy we are as a couple, rather than what personality types we are.
Your romantic relationship is one of the most important ones in your life, so it’s crucial that it feels good to you as an introvert.
The “introvert hangover” applies to romance, too.