Don't really get this one. Guess I've never run into it.3. When the I's complained themselves into getting their way and you're forced to pretend that it doesn't bother you that this has happened for the third time
They can't expect us to read their minds, but we should expect them to read ours?4. When the I never picks up that you might need their company.
I'll give you this. This drives me nuts. If you wanted my company, why are you wasting it on your drink? Gah.5. When you go out together and the I pays more attention to their drink/tv than you.
Depends on the maturity of the introvert.6. When I's get upset just because we try to confirm they're okay by asking a simple question instead of trying to guess what's going on in their head.
In either case, it's about not recognizing each other's comfort zones. Introverts may prefer e-mail, but extroverts may prefer phone, and each getting annoyed at the other for not using their preferred method is equally hypocritical either way.7. When I gets annoyed by a phone call even though the E might feel more comfortable saying something over the phone
Again, never really encountered this. No comment, I guess.8. They play the victim everytime an E messes up something they tried to plan via telepathy.
I guess it depends on how well you know said introvert. If they're still uncomfortable keeping up their end of the conversation after knowing them for a while, then what's the point of hanging out?9. When I doesn't talk during one-on-one time and expects us to be some jukebox on demand.
10. When I doesn't realize that socializing means two people interact with each other, and quiet time is better left to alone time.
11. When I refuses to keep up a conversation.
12. When you just decide to continue to talk, the I gets upset that they didn't have time to put their two cents in.