Suggest options to distract from the busyness: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

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. … Continue reading Suggest options to distract from the busyness: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

Don’t take it personally: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

By Sheila Frye, guest author - Associated Counselors & Psychologists Sydney Just because your partner has to go out regularly doesn’t mean that he or she doesn’t want to spend time alone with you. Extroverts are hardwired to socialise the same way introverts recharge by staying in. Making friends with an extrovert is the easy part. … Continue reading Don’t take it personally: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

Invite them to take a break: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

By Sheila Frye, guest author - Associated Counselors & Psychologists Sydney A typical day for an extrovert is likely to include lots of talking, being with people, or just being busy, but what they might not realise is that they are already too exhausted to function properly. Making friends with an extrovert is the easy part. … Continue reading Invite them to take a break: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

Appreciate what they bring to the table: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

By Sheila Frye, guest author - Associated Counselors & Psychologists Sydney Take the time to appreciate how your partner’s extraversion rakes in good stuff to your relationship. Extroverts make friends like they’re born to do it, and through this gift you can enjoy certain perks. There are times when clashing of a couple’s personalities can’t be … Continue reading Appreciate what they bring to the table: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

Remind them of your needs: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

By Sheila Frye, guest author - Associated Counselors & Psychologists Sydney There are times when clashing of a couple’s personalities can’t be resolved between partners alone. If you have a reason to believe that you and your partner’s issues are bordering on being out of control, you can opt to escalate your relationship problems to a … Continue reading Remind them of your needs: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

Remind them of your needs: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

It’s good if you allow your partner to socialise regardless of whether he or she tags you along, but it’s also important that you bond and do things as a couple

Tell them when they become overwhelming: 10 Ways to Take Care of Your Extroverted Partner

Being up and about is what an extrovert does but sometimes they get a little too absorbed in their own vigor and tend to overwhelm other people. Some extroverts don’t notice the effect they have on their peers which puts them at risk of being misunderstood, or worse, offensive.