I really enjoy those moments and I really don't mind waiting until she is ready to share more, even if sometimes it takes her a week or two to share more of herself.

I also think one extrovert is more than enough in a relationship, dating another E feels like it would be exhausting.

I have many friends whom i can communicate perfectly well with, but when it comes to people i want to impress, im just even its been 2 months dating a guy i really like, i still feel like there’s some aspects of myself that i cannot open up to him as much as i want to. We've only been together for two months and I find myself being so aware and conscious as to how i act around him.

It took me a while to figure out that I was stressed out because I was trying to meet expectations that he didn't even have in the first place.

For me, it just took time to feel comfortable opening up.

The longer we date, the better I know and trust him, which in turn helps me to share more and be more vulnerable with him.

It's a process--not something that has to be (or can be) accomplished overnight. I'm reading in between the lines a bit, but it sounds like your guy is enjoying getting to know you.

However, once that phase wore off, you got to know him a bit better.

At this point, you may realize that he’s not exactly as spunky and entertaining as you might have thought.

Was it the fact that he was a really exciting person, or was it his calm demeanor that really attracted you?

Figuring out where your original feelings came from can help you to decide if the fact that he’s a little boring really makes that much of a difference in the grand scheme of things. in love: 5 big differences most people don’t know] #2 Find out if there’s anything personal he’s dealing with.

There are different things you can do to get past the yawn-fest and even enjoy the fact that you have a laidback kind of guy.

#1 Remember what drew you to him in the first place.

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