Opposites Attract: Getting Alone Time From An Extroverted Partner

When you’re an introvert with a significant other who’s an extrovert, finding that alone time you need can be a bit of a challenge.

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Jennifer* just moved in with her boyfriend, Tim. As an introvert, she lived happily alone and had little to no trouble finding the…

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