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Here's what I mean: I am, by and large, an introverted person but I still love people, bars, drinking and socializing.I found when dating someone who is equally as introverted as I am made me more likely to stay in my comfort zone — my apartment.

In this article I want to show you the hidden problem most men face when trying to get a girlfriend.After what seems like eons of dating incompatible weirdos who just didn't “get” you, you've finally found “the one.” It feels great to be dating someone who agrees with you on just about every point — one whose sensibilities and personality mirror your own — you guys are just like peas and carrots. But, the problem with dating someone so much like you that you agree on almost all points is that the two of you agree on almost all points.It's fulfilling, and it is peaceful not to find yourself arguing constantly about the most basic of things — going out vs. If you're anything like me, you glean a lot of life advice from “30 Rock.” For about half a season, Liz Lemon dates an airline pilot played by Matt Damon, and she's delighted to be with someone who's so similar to her — they never argue, they like take out from the same place and they both have a fondness for “The Barefoot Contessa.”But, following a standoff on a flight that was grounded for an eternity in which their mutual unrelenting stubbornness effectively ends the relationship (and the flight), Liz realizes that if two partners are too much alike, no amount of similarities will resolve the unwillingness to compromise.Personality is a determining factor in how much communication to expect when you are first dating.If the other person is quiet, shy or not very communicative, don't expect frequent text messages or calls.