Dating someone with schizoid
Though I must say that introversion in both disorders are not the same type of introversion.The schizoid is introverted because he doesn't like people and would rather be lonely. The avoidant fears rejection and fears social interactions.Your emotional turbulense is fine as long as he understands where it's coming from and is able to recognize a pattern - also if he has some input on how to deal with/fix those thigns.Inconsistency, uncertainty and "forced" helplessness are the worst so if you're a fan of spontaniety give him some degree of control over it - even his most favorite fun thing can turn into unnerving if he has no idea where it's going or when it will end.It's hard to explain, you'd want your loved ones to share your good experiences but you don't want to let the draft in, so to speak...
There is something else happening other than poor communication skills.
If possible, abrupt changes should come with a warning.
Getting in his face demanding answers to broad/vague/ambiguous questions right then and there = a very bad idea.
It is hard to remember a time when the marriage was tranquil.
Rather, each year brings more drama, intensity, frustration, distance, and hostility.
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Each has their own flare of ego-centered behavior, inflexibility, distortion, and impulse control In multiple environments beginning in adolescence.