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I am a mixture of extrovert and introvert. So is my husband. I love people and love to have friends (limited to "good" friends), but I also love being alone. My husband is a communicator and teacher. He is great in front of a group, but an introvert at home. For me, the key is in "acceptance" of the other person with their own idiocyncracies. We are all very complex people. It takes a long time to "adjust to each other." We've been married 46 years!
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