By Sheila Frye, guest author – Associated Counselors & Psychologists Sydney

Speaking of issues, sometimes the only way around them is to compromise. Your partner will not miraculously stop being an extrovert, but you can help to assist your partner to understand that he or she needs to take a break lest your relationship will suffer.

Making friends with an extrovert is the easy part. However, being in a relationship with one can be a bit taxing especially if you’re the more laidback type and prefer silence. The truth is, while extroverts are generally seen as happy people, they also encounter personality clashes, such as when their partner is more reserved or introverted.

Following on from last weeks blog, here is another way to show your love for your extroverted partner:

    10. Suggest options to distract from the busyness.
    Think of activities that will keep you and your partner busy but won’t wear you out as much as constantly socialising and will help you keep your budget intact. You can play video games every Sunday or adopt a pet that can take their mind off the things that keep them perennially busy.

Your partner may find it hard to adjust in the beginning, but you can help them get used to the changes by simply supporting them and constantly communicating.

Tune in next week for more relationship tips and ideas.

Source: Sheila Frye, guest author – Associated Counselors & Psychologist Sydney

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