What if you are an introvert and you need to know how to date an extrovert? Here are things you will probably hear from extroverts and need to be ready for before starting your relationships. There is nothing more valuable to an extrovert than new impressions, new places, new people. And remember — the atmosphere is really important. If an extrovert likes you — you will know right away. That clarity simplifies conflict resolution and makes communication with extroverts easy.
If you want to know something — you can actually just ask a straight question and get a straight answer. People in close proximity make them charge like a battery. The larger the company — the better. Extroverts will probably prefer to be the center of attention and take part in a lively discussion for the whole evening.
It is quite the opposite for the introvert, who prefers to be alone or in a tight circle of close friends. An alternative would be to create the company of people you are both comfortable with, and spend some time together to make the extrovert get a dose of sociability.
They do not understand introverts who can sit all day long with a book and laptop. The life is outside, you just have to get out of the house. And when they take you out they feel like the perfect guides who can show you the world in all its beauty. Let them guide you and you will have the most pleasant spontaneous evening. But, of course, they like conversations, and sometimes they happen to lose control over their speech.
So, you can catch an extrovert on blurting stuff out. Especially when they are emotional or confused. They like to speak their mind. So do not take their words personally. Be sure you understand: When an extrovert wants to spend the day with you, they expect adventures, not doing puzzles at home for hours or watching old movies all day in bed.
If you are planning a day with an extrovert, you may start with a bike trip and end at the whiskey bar. Your extrovert will not even look tired at all! Extroverts are people pleasers. They are ready to compromise their own happiness to make you happy. But you should never take that for granted or misuse this marvelous human quality. Extroverts do not expect anything back. So, show your respect and appreciation, and never call an extrovert clingy if they just want to cheer you up.
They are less patient, more impulsive and more active than introverts. They usually want immediate rewards. No matter what rewards we are talking about — a glass of good wine and a piece of cake after a hard day, or a vacation in Goa. Do not expect extroverts to be savers and to think about long time perspective — like saving for a house or car. That will be later, and an extrovert wants to live and enjoy life right now. As the real extrovert through and through I should add — we are the doers, we make stuff happen.
So love us the way we are and let us bring a bit of bright chaos into your life.