I will try to describe the joy of NOT being an outsider in your own world and NOT having to constantly compromise.I would like to share my very biased thoughts on introvert/introvert love at its best.I don’t want to talk about those kinds of relationships right now.I will also acknowledge that introverts and extroverts can have beautiful, harmonious relationships.The common narrative about introverts is that they're shy and antisocial — not exactly qualities you'd want in a date.But while it's easy to assume that introverts would have a harder time dating than extroverts, the reality may surprise you..It prevents you from meeting people, obviously, and it can also make you feel really bummed out.
Needs alone time Be prepared for much lesser dates than you’re comfortable with.
Don’t expect to contact him While you don’t get to meet them, don’t expect to text them either. Heck, they might not even see your message at all because some of them actually have the habit of switching off their phones and forgetting to switch it on. Might be boring When you date a loner, you may have vastly different ideas of what an awesome weekend means.
While you’re thinking of parties, he got no plans at all. Avoids crowds Even when you do see him, don’t expect to go to places with crowds.
For it she interviewed more than 50 introverts — single and looking, in relationships with extroverts and other introverts, newlyweds and divorcees — and what she found complicates our typical assumptions about introverts..
"It can feel like nobody will notice you among all those bubbly extroverts.