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Can An Introvert/Extrovert Relationship Work?


You’re quiet but your spouse talks constantly. You like to stay home but your wife is the social butterfly. Can relationships like this work?

As the saying goes, opposites attract. Introverts and extroverts get together and marry each other all the time. But that doesn’t mean their unions will last. They are essentially two different humans. As you can imagine, there are also different communication styles involved. This can be tricky. If the couple cannot communicate well, then their marriage is doomed.

However, successful introvert/extrovert marriages are possible. Here are some tips to keep your relationship happy.

Be Yourself

Some people think they have to take on the identity of their spouse in order to be happily married. Nothing could be further from the truth. The best thing you can do is just be yourself. Be happy about your personality and the attributes that come with it. If your partner is with you, then chances are, they like your personality. Maybe it’s because you balance them out. So don’t try to change yourself — it will do more harm than good.

Learn How to Communicate

Introverts and extroverts communicate differently, so both parties need to find a method that works for their partnership. Introverts tend to be more detail-oriented, while extroverts tend to focus on other things while talking. Therefore, listening should be the priority for both parties.

Know How to Compromise

If you both stay in your comfort zones, the marriage won’t work out. There needs to be some give and take in an introvert/extrovert marriage. This means that the introvert will need to get out of the house and be social sometimes, while the extrovert will need to tone things down and enjoy a night at home once in a while. When both parties make compromises, the relationship will be more tolerable.

Give Each Other Space

As an extrovert, you may constantly want to be around your partner because that’s how you get your energy. An introvert, on the other hand, may feel drained if you want to constantly spend time with them. To make your marriage work, you need to balance things out. Make sure you give your partner time to themselves. Plus, absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Be Honest About Your Feelings

Introverts often have trouble expressing feelings, but if you want your marriage to work, you need to be open and honest about how you feel. If you don’t express your feelings, resentment can easily build up. So don’t be afraid to open up to your partner, but do avoid heavy criticism.

Seek Legal Help

Relationships can be complicated, especially when one person is a lot more reserved than the other. Successful communication can be hard.

Is poor communication putting a strain on your marriage? If so, divorce may be on the horizon. See how Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyer Edward J. Jennings, P.A. can help you get out of a bad marriage and start anew. Call 954-764-4330 and fill out the online form to schedule a consultation.


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