Disclaimer: Bear with me through the overdone references to deceased family members…. My grandpa used to say that "the quietest person in the room is the smartest. Introverts are grounded. They harbor all the knowledge of their environment and make rational decisions. Dating an introvert is the best move an extrovert could do.
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Why not just cut to the chase and get to real, meaningful conversation? Introverts tend to clam up at big parties, seeking out the nearest snack table, dog or cat. Instead, make an effort to socialize on your own terms, said writer and self-professed introvert Jill Savage. Introverts tend to communicate better in writing than in conversation. With that in mind, join an online message board for your favorite sports team, or become a fixture in the comment section of a news site, said Laurie Helgoe , a psychologist and the author of Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life Is Your Hidden Strength. There are two types of people in this world. Try not to dwell too much on romantic rejection, Dembling said.
Do’s and Don’ts of Dating an Introvert
To every introvert, the act of finding a significant other means doing the opposite of what you love most — blowing through another Netflix murder mystery series in fleece-lined sweatpants. But if you actually want a partner-in-crime-docs, it means the dreaded Putting Yourself Out There. Yes, it might mean squandering a night in for a Tinder date who talks about investment banking all night long and never ask you a single question. But, luckily, there are some ways to make the act of going out just a little less of a daunting hell-ride.
Dating an introvert can seem a bit baffling and overwhelming at times because they approach life much differently, but as long as you go into it with an open mind and know what to expect, a relationship with an introvert can be very rewarding. Introverts would rather just skip the introductions and subtle banter, and get straight to the good stuff. What are your fears?