Ah, the introvert-introvert relationship. Many introverts have sought it, imagining quiet nights at home with takeout and Netflix.
The pastor cautioned us: “You’re going to have to work hard at getting out and staying involved in the community because you’re both introverts.”
INFJs don’t want just anyone — they’re looking for their soulmate. For this reason, INFJs might end up single, even after years of looking for love.
A lot of flirting advice is centered on the physical and playful styles. These styles work well for people who are looking for short-term romance.
The extroverted parent may not inherently understand the fact that introverts perceive the world differently due to their nature.
When I was looking for love, I heard a lot of dating advice that made me feel uncomfortable as an introverted man. “Nice guys finish last,” they say.
Introverted men, let’s talk about confidence. Whenever I had a crush on someone, most of the time I would be too scared to ask her out.
No one shows up to a first date with a warning label adhered to their chest. But if you’re an introvert who is beginning a new relationship, you can look for red flags.
Dating comes with a million things to fret about. Figuring out what to do can be a persistent nuisance, especially after several “dinner and a movie” dates.
For an INFP, nothing is more thrilling than falling in love. However, INFPs often find themselves in the unfortunate situation of unreciprocated love.