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It was me who discovered I was more introverted before he found he was more extroverted. We always thought something was wrong with ... me. It took to about 10 or so years into our marriage. I took the MBTI upon promotion to sales manager. You read that right... sales.
Once we understood the differences, things worked out over the next 30 years.
No need to rush into change right?
Seriously, we've had ups and downs, and certainly, challenges for an innie-outie couple but, you don't get to 44 years regardless of personality preferences, without ups and downs.
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