None of us can say precisely what the right amount of “together” time is for a given relationship.
There is no formulaic solution, though marriage typically requires enough shared time to sustain common interests and intimacy, while not robbing one or the other of their independent identity, or for that matter, their dreams. Especially in dual-career couples when kids come along, and the days and nights seem to slip away.
There is virtually no comparison between an average single man with no friends compared to his female counterpart when it comes to dating.
Try not to put your partner in situations that make him tense or uncomfortable. Introverts are also more likely to notice subtleties that many people miss.
Because they are quiet and may be more withdrawn, introverts are more likely to have mastered the skill of observation. Your partner will enjoy making observations and sharing them with you.
Then again, couplings are always a puzzle; some come easily, others are a mess.
It helps when we know ourselves – and what we bring to the relationship table.
When women do respond, the conversation goes nowhere (ie. Sometimes they may meet a woman for coffee however afterwards she will stop replying or tell them because she lacks interest.
She may express this lack of attraction by saying there is “no chemistry”, or she “just wants to be friends”, or that she “isn’t feeling it”, or that he is a “nice guy”, etc.There were no outward signs that I had married a loner. He was gregarious and sociable, preferred to be on the go, and loved engaging with groups of people.It was only after marriage that I understood more fully the nature of the loner – and what I cannot fathom is how long it took me to realize that the same description could be used of me.You may wonder why introverts seem so uneasy at parties.Brain research suggests that introverts become overstimulated at social gatherings.The longer you date, the more time you’re expected to spend together.