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How to describe a person's attitude in a relationship?
For example, an extroverted person is usually initiative in a relationship, while an introverted person is usually passive.
Does it sound okay? Is there a better way to express the meaning?

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How to describe a person's attitude in a relationship?
For example, an extroverted person is usually initiative in a relationship, while an introverted person is usually passive. 
Does it sound okay? Is there a better way to express the meaning?
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