Dating an introverted girl

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Because our energy is limited, we don't want to waste it on something that isn't meaningful to us — and spending any amount of time and energy on small talk is a waste of said time and energy.We prefer deep conversations over small talk, which feels insincere. That "rule" about dating, where you're supposed to call after three days? A phone call is intrusive, it interrupts us and catches us off-guard, and it is often filled with unnecessary small talk. Showing real, genuine interest in what we say and do, and remembering details from conversations we had weeks ago will blow our minds. Don't expect us to be available at a moment's notice. " are the five worst words we can receive in a text message.“The most important tip for dating an introvert is to accept that this is the personality of the person you are dating,” says Stephanie D.Mc Kenzie, MBA, CPC, CRC, a certified life and relationship coach as well as director at The Relationship Firm.Most people, and I was no exception, credit numerous stereotypes about introverts.

Sometimes I did homework, other times I drew, read or just sat still and looked out the window.

“Internet dating has leveled the playing field between extroverts and introverts,” says life coach and author Amy Bonaccorso.

“In the past, an extrovert would be the life of the party and get the dates, but now, an introvert can impress someone with their excellent communication skills over email before meeting in person.” Introverts are so hot right now, don’t you agree?

There has been so much introversion awareness talk in popular media in recent years that you would think we are all aliens dropped down unexpectedly onto this foreign rock full of arm-waving energy-suckers who now require introvert sensitivity training. We can be the life of the party when we feel so inclined.

We're not particularly shy nor are we unapproachable, though we can certainly come across that way.

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