Two introverts dating
The advice about introverts is just plain terrible though.It’s glaringly obvious that the people giving this advice aren’t introverts themselves and don’t have the slightest clue about introversion.Here’s what it’s like when extroverts date introverts: We all know that’s what you want to hear.Extroverts need a break every now and then, but are too familiar with their routine on the party circuit. They want to slow things down and enjoy the time spent together, which is exactly what you are craving.Introverts don’t say "I love you" a lot, so when they do, they really mean it.They’re not the type to share their feelings too much or put their loving thoughts about you into words, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t thinking it.The dead giveaway is that they assume all introverts are shy and that being shy is the only significant distinction of introverts. When an introvert and extrovert are dating, balance is not just ideal – it’s a requirement.
Most dating advice on the internet is bad, that’s no secret.
When you just want to make things right or figure out what the heck they want for delivery, you have to coax them into talking. Sometimes you just want to argue for attention or get your point across.
They know how to playfully push your buttons by letting you get worked up over nothing, especially when you two know you’re doing this just for the make-up sex in the end.
If you're an introvert, should you be looking for another introvert, or do opposites attract?
In the below excerpt from Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After by Sophia Dembling (out today), experts and real people weigh in on the topic.