Questions Extroverts (I) Have About Introverts (My Best Friend)

I'm loud and emotionally expressive. She's quiet and emotionally suppressive. I don't understand her, but I love her.
  1. Should we talk about it or leave it alone?
    Whenever I feel weird about our friendship, I want to talk about it. I process feelings by talking through them or writing them down. I worry that she doesn't talk about what bothers her. I can never tell when she's going to open up.
  2. Is she okay?
    It's hard to tell. She sometimes talks to me when she's not. Usually, she doesn't talk to anyone. I want to be there for her, but she wears her sadness under layers of clothes.
  3. What can I do?
    I don't know what she needs. She has told me she appreciates it when I tell her how much I care about her, but I don't know if it's too much sometimes. I want to give her space when she needs it.
  4. Does she still love me?
    It's a childish and insecure thing to wonder. I know she does. However, we show love so differently, sometimes I get anxious.
  5. How did I get so lucky?
    Her expressions of affection are few, but they are powerful. I always cry when I read them. She's the best at giving gifts. She's one of the most generous people I know. She's thoughtful, wise, introspective, and wonderful.