If you take the time to get to know a quiet guy, his unassuming charm could sweep you off your feet.
We’re all looking for that special someone who brings butterflies to our belly, and keeps us on our toes.
Dating, fraught with the anxiety and possibility of rejection and/or romance, even more so. Doesn’t that sound like the ideal situation when you’re looking for true intimacy and affection? The discussion of introversion has only recently become part of the larger cultural dialogue.
Since that never happens to me (and because it made me feel like a bouncy, shiny-haired cheerleader for the first time ever), I pushed myself to accept all the offers. If awful dates, which your friends seem to be able to turn into funny anecdotes on a dime, seem catastrophic to you, that’s okay too. And while we’re on the subject of dating fears, it’s okay if you want to cancel.
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.
Quiet guys are just as adequate as extroverted guys, maybe even more so because they may not be as cocky or rude and could be better listeners, but there are definitely some downsides to dating the quiet guy. Always having to make the first move to get anything started.Take it from a girl who dates one of the quietest guys she’s ever met (and is crazy about him).