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    Dating an extrovert
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    Leslie Becker-Phelps, PhD posted:
    Extroverted people are energized by being with others. If you are wired differently, it can be a strain to spend so much time socializing. For instance, you may feel that it doesn't allow for enough time with just the two of you, or you may feel rejected as they turn their attention to others. So it's essential that you maintain good communication about your difference in the need to socialize and about any insecurity that this difference creates in you.

    What has your experience been in dating an extrovert? Or, if you are an extrovert, how have your partners responded to this aspect of your personality?


    If you would like to read more in detail about this topic in my post for WebMD's Relationships blog,click here .

    Dr. Becker-Phelps's discussions and her responses in those discussions are for general educational purposes only. If you need help for an emotional or behavioral problem, please seek the assistance of a psychologist or other qualified mental health professional.


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