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Introvert and Extrovert in Love: Opposites attract but can also repel.

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introvertFive steps to make it work.

The needs of introverts and extroverts seem to be diametrically opposed, a reality that can present dilemmas given  that the time we spend with our partners is in the evenings or weekends when we often feel tired and drained. Unfortunately, this is also the very time we feel the greatest need to replenish our energy stores. So how can an introvert and an extrovert both get what they need without hurting their relationship – especially if they need such very different things?

[bra_blockquote align=”]Chances are, your partner’s differences represent an element you wish you had more of in your own personality[/bra_blockquote]

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Alicia H. Clark, PsyD

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