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You don't have to feel self-conscious that you're revealing too much or blabbering. With their heads in the love-clouds (where your current partner is perfect and enjoys cooking for you and doing the dishes after oral sex), introverts are enamored of your every thought. On the outside, introverts play it cool; when they are in your comfort — just you guys — they're ready to let loose and open up to you.
Dating an introvert as an extrovert is special because you know all the different layers to your partner that most people don't.
Don’t take it personally - we screen our phone calls, even from our closest friends.
In social situations, they’re so talkative that it takes some of the pressure off of you, which is nice. They get frustrated when you act shy around their family or friends, and then you feel guilty. It may not always be easy, but it definitely is always interesting.
Introverts need to be challenged and extroverts aren't afraid to get in their face a little. Dating an introvert is the best move an extrovert could do.
While independent introverts don't mind hanging back, extroverts enjoy being rockstars for the both of them.
We have spectrums of introversion, so we’re good listeners. If we vibe with the crowd, we can get our energy from human interactions. But it’s not because we dislike people - it's actually the opposite.
We’ll always be naturally in tune with how you’re feeling, so we’ll be able to see through any front you put up and make you jump into the deep end. We tend not to outwardly express our feelings and spill our whole life story in the first hour of meeting you. But if we don’t, we’ll start to get really introspective and reflective, and tend to withdraw into ourselves. We dislike the barriers like small talk (which often comes with going out) creates between people, and try to avoid it at all costs.