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.”
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.
Where do introverted men go to meet women? To bars and clubs? Between the huge crowds, loud music, and obligatory drinking, they’re just not our style.
“You’ll always be looking for something better,” he said. “What you want is unobtainable.” These statements came in a heated moment.
Talking to women doesn’t have to be reserved for those rare people who are born confident or are extroverted.