Dating a sanguine girl
Here’s what it’s like when extroverts date introverts: We all know that’s what you want to hear.
Extroverts need a break every now and then, but are too familiar with their routine on the party circuit. They want to slow things down and enjoy the time spent together, which is exactly what you are craving.
Introverts make extroverts better people; they’re the perfect complement. They are able to take in all that is going on and process it on another level. Introverts really take into consideration all your concerns.
Extroverts like to talk and share their opinions on matters, and introverts-in-love are only too happy to listen to every word you say.
They’ll back down eventually, but they’re secretly having too much fun.
Of all the temperaments, melancholics can be the most difficult to love.
They’re not the type to share their feelings too much or put their loving thoughts about you into words, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t thinking it.
A melancholic is sensitive, self-analytical, introspective and almost always serious.
This can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your level of understanding.
When they do compliment you, it comes with an added layer of sincerity.
You don’t mind being the center of attention or working the room.