Sure, I’ll go to a party but don’t feel insulted if I leave before you.And, if we are having a dinner party, let’s keep it small so I can concentrate on the conversation, rather than being distracted by too many people!The Meyers & Briggs Foundation explains it this way: “Where do you put your attention and get your energy?Do you like to spend time in the outer world of people and things (Extraversion), or in your inner world of ideas and images (Introversion)?If I had fallen in love with an extrovert instead of an introvert, here is what I would have told him.As an introvert, I’m not as spontaneous as my extroverted friends.Extroverts are stimulation junkies whereas introverts are not.
They can be seen posing, stripping, getting themselves off, fonding with other ladies and having some wild sex will well-endowed lads.Parallel-play is an introvert’s favourite activity! Just knowing our romantic partner is nearby makes us happy; we are content doing things independently side-by-side – and love it when our partners give us space.Reading, knitting, gardening are some of the solo activities that recharge our batteries for more social interaction later! This means extroverts should respect an introvert’s preference for quieter pursuits.Introverts can only handle so much time with other people.So, best not to overschedule us because we are more than content with just one activity on our plate. Yes, I want to go to the concert but do we really need to have dinner beforehand, or drinks afterwards?