Party, Party

October 30, 2013

in the generous life

My son (an introvert) is (seriously) dating a sweet young gal (an extrovert). I’ve been watching them navigate the holidays and trying not to smile too much (they are so cute together).

At any rate (all mother moments aside), do consider your differences when planning for the holidays.

If your guy is an introvert, space out your gatherings a bit and make time for quieter celebrating for just the two of you.

If you guy is an extrovert, you can pull out the stops. Just make sure that you don’t over do it for yourself. Quiet times can be good for extroverts too.

Introverts, in contrast, may have strong social skills and enjoy parties and business meetings, but after a while wish they were home in their pajamas. Susan Cain


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Gaye October 30, 2013 at 10:22 am

Love that quote about introverts – so true! My hubby and I are both introverts, so we don’t have much trouble negotiating holiday activities and events. The problem we have sometimes is making ourselves go to things! We usually have fun once we get there, but have to drag ourselves out the door.


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