Introverts don’t shout their affection from a rooftop, so how do you know if one is into you?
This Valentine’s Day, do something you both enjoy.
Does the idea of the typical Valentine’s Day date — dinner in a busy restaurant and over-the-top declarations of love — make you squirm?
As much as I crave connection and intimacy, I’m typically most comfortable when I’m by myself.
When you’re single, you keep the essence of who you are. You don’t have to force yourself to fit into a two-person reality.
Now excuse me as I drop my book, fall into your open arms, and use my sexy voice to whisper, “Let’s get takeout.”
Don’t discount our subtle signals. We probably won’t broadcast our interest loudly — but that doesn’t mean it’s not there.
Contrary to popular belief, ISTJs are deeply emotional creatures. We’re just super selective about who we choose to care about.
Here I am, in love with a man who understands me all too well. Dating a fellow INFJ was not something I considered “in the cards.”
If I ever wanted to go on second dates, make friends, or get along with my coworkers, I had to figure out this “talking” thing.