People who are not of the same character can find it difficult to understand how people of the opposite character express anything.
Introverts are mostly silent, exquisite, affectionate, sensitive, suspicious, and vulnerable. The way of expressing feelings will make the extrovert incomprehensible and unpredictable. When you meet someone you like, you tend to be nervous, care about your image in the other person's mind, and strive to be perfect. On the surface, he is indifferent to the other party and rarely communicates, but his heart has been surging. When the other party is present, they will avoid it in time because of embarrassment, but afterwards, they will regret it, be affectionate, and worry about it. If the other person's friend is present, the introvert will not talk to the person he really likes, but will keep talking to the other person's friend, so as to attract the other person's attention to him, there is a circuitous expression. Communicating with each other's friends or other people present is also a way to release inner tension. An introvert can only truly open his heart to communicate with the person he likes after becoming in-depth with the person he likes, and eventually become a dependent.
Most extroverts love to deal with, optimistic, active, cheerful, and magnificent. Extroverts and introverts express their love in exactly the opposite way. They will open their eyes and if they like each other, they will be outspoken and do not dodge. Extroverts are realists and tend to act rather than enrich deep thought. Likes or anger towards the other person will be clearly written on the face, not in the heart. Extroverts seek timely gratification, not delayed gratification. They never delay what they want to do today, or what they want to say, because tomorrow will not have today's encounter. Although introverts also understand this truth, due to their personality, it is always difficult to open their teeth. Only when the inner desire is pushed to the highest point can they express their true thoughts and emotions.