You’re too quick to talk and sometimes that can get you into trouble when you say things you don’t mean.
Your partner not only knows this about you, but also makes you feel comfortable enough to take your time.
When you just want to make things right or figure out what the heck they want for delivery, you have to coax them into talking. Sometimes you just want to argue for attention or get your point across.
They know how to playfully push your buttons by letting you get worked up over nothing, especially when you two know you’re doing this just for the make-up sex in the end.
Introverts don’t say "I love you" a lot, so when they do, they really mean it.
They’re not the type to share their feelings too much or put their loving thoughts about you into words, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t thinking it.
If you’re stressing out about work or having a nervous breakdown about your career, it’s your introverted partner who helps you sort through the negativity and reminds you of how capable you really are. It warms your heart though, that someone knows you that well.
“If you’re at home reading Tolkien, you’re not a fun person," Hartman said facetiously.
Here’s what it’s like when extroverts date introverts: We all know that’s what you want to hear.
Extroverts need a break every now and then, but are too familiar with their routine on the party circuit. They want to slow things down and enjoy the time spent together, which is exactly what you are craving.
"I think people would not be honest about that kind of stuff, and they should be honest.” Hartman advises that people identify as introverted through their Myers-Briggs type, because many people are familiar with the indicator and may know a loved one who's similar.
Dating profiles tend to be really generic because people don't want to scare potential partners by "sounding too different or too odd, not realizing that it actually backfires," Hartman said.