Being an HSP can be a hindrance or an asset in your relationships, depending on how well you understand and work with this trait.
You can recharge your introvert battery even when the two of you are together.
Being an introvert doesn’t have to be a curse on your love life. Introverts bring their own unique advantages to relationships.
My ex-husband and I did not fight outwardly. We suffered inwardly. We thought we were good parents and spouses because we did not fight.
Introverts get lonely, just like introverts eat three meals a day, ride bikes and brush their hair. My loneliness is a cry for connection and understanding.
Do you know someone who always begs off when it comes to social gatherings? Do they duck out early at a party? They might be an introvert.
Because introverts tend feel more comfortable listening than talking about ourselves, we’ll gladly concede the spotlight.
There’s nothing an introvert loves more than having their romantic relationship put on display for hundreds of people at a wedding, amirite?
Introverts love discussing ideas, and one of my favorite things to do is come up with a few lighthearted debate questions to ask my date.
If you see an introvert engaged in a quiet activity like reading, writing, or playing a video game, it’s good practice to ask if they’re willing to talk.