If you have an introverted significant other, then you know she can be hard to read whether you are extroverted or introverted yourself.
We women tend to analyze the actions of our spouses a lot. Sometimes even saying a certain thing a certain way can upset us–tone of voice, expressed non-verbal emotions, et cetera. We can’t help it–our emotional, analytical skills have been useful in creating meaningful connections since the dawn of time. Introverted women are especially sensitive to non-verbal communication. These reasons can apply to any woman, however. Here are some reasons why she could be angry with you, and how to fix it.
“If it looks stupid but it works, then it’s not stupid.”
These tips have saved me more than once in those mild annoyances life throws at you, and could make your day just a bit brighter. Note: A couple of these I have not tried myself, but I have heard it from others.
For those of you who are doing college classes this summer, or planning to in the fall (or if you’re just a nerd like me who happens to like to learn a lot), here are a couple methods for remembering what you studied for in your classes, increasing your chances overall for passing those exams: