It seems like two extreme extroverts would be great together. They both like to socialize, right? They both like to see and be seen by other people and be at all the hot events. It would never feel as if one were dragging the other out to spend time with friends. But, that’s mostly true of moderate extroverts. When talking about extreme extroverts, I’m talking about individuals who need almost constant socializing and group activities to maintain even a base level of happiness. We all know someone like that: it just seems like she never sleeps! And is on the invite list for several great events every night. Extreme extroverts usually need someone a bit more mellowed out to balance out the relationship. I’m almost an extreme extrovert, and dated a man just like myself once. It was a disaster. Here are the fatal flaws of two extreme extroverts together.
Your invitations will compete
Deciding what to do on a Saturday night will not be easy because you will both have received several separate invitations to events. So you’ll argue over which one to go to. When one person is an introvert, this just doesn’t come up because he or she simply doesn’t have a ton of invitations. Two extreme extroverts will both make passionate arguments as to why their event will be better and it will just lead to a fight.