Introversion can be misread as a lack of interest to some people, so it's always better to say 'I'm an introvert' than to let them think you aren't enjoying their company." —Emily Weeden, Facebook "Become friends with people.
As an introvert, it's hard to meet new people, so try hanging out with people you already know. Where would you go if you could travel anywhere tomorrow morning?
"It can feel like nobody will notice you among all those bubbly extroverts.
The way I think of it: Extroverts sparkle, introverts glow.
ost people only see the bad that can happen if they ever decide to mingle with an introvert.
They think that you have to put up with his quietness. Whatever is included on the checklist, the bottom line is you have to be cautious around an introvert.
Don’t take an introvert’s silence as a means of their disinterest in you.
If anything, it means they’re comfortable being around you.
A characteristic that introverts display is being quiet most of the time.
This doesn’t mean they’re shying away from you or planning an evil scheme.
You have to tip toe and be careful with your choice of words. So imagine the horror of dating an introvert for real! Dating an introvert may not be loud and all pocket full of sunshine, but it has a lot of advantages. He has a deep sense of self – Since introverts are the quiet types who love to reflect on things, he knows himself more than the boy next door knows his address.
Dating an introvert can guarantee you that he knows what he wants.
The common narrative about introverts is that they're shy and antisocial — not exactly qualities you'd want in a date.