Do you really want to date someone who is only attracted to an act and not really attracted to the real you?
Find out when they like to be alone and respect that time.
Find Common Ground Introverts and extroverts are drawn to completely different activities. You need to figure out where you guys have common ground and build a foundation on that.
However, you likely share some similar interests or you wouldn’t be dating. It’s not going to be very fun if one of you has to compromise in every situation.
Don’t Expect Them to ALWAYS Tag-Along I know you want them to go with you everywhere, but the relationship won’t work if you expect them to always want to tag-along. Instead of meeting all 20 of your friends at once, try to find activities to introduce them to smaller groups at a time. Introverts like to get to know people individually and it’s very overwhelming to try to get to know 20 new people in one evening.
Once they’ve become closer with your friends and family, you still shouldn’t expect them to always join you at social gatherings. Just because they don’t want to hang out every chance they get doesn’t mean they don’t like your friends or family.