If your ex is an introvert and you want them back, I have news for you about getting back together. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that getting back together with an introvert IS different, just like dating an introvert has it's own Here's my best breakup advice about how to get back together with an introvert. The Best Ways for Introverts to Find Love. fit for you! For more tips on dating, check out my website. Originally published on Thought Catalog.
Introverts make some of the best friends, students, employees—and lovers—around! Introversion does not equate to shyness. Outgoing bedt exist, as do shy extroverts. Shyness refers to uneasiness in the midst of social interaction, and not all introverts feel this way. They may be perfectly comfortable around big groups of people.
An introvert will make you feel truly heard and truly seen. An introvert will get to know the real you and will do so with empathy. The introvert is so intuitive that they will learn how to pick up on your emotions, and always will they do so without judgment. Introverts are highly loyal and appreciate their partners immensely. An introvert chooses to be close to those around them wisely. They are very selective in their relationships.
Know that if an introvert decides to be with you that they did so with complete trust and did not go into it without consideration.
If an introvert chooses to be with you they feel comfort and tranquility around you, they feel like they can trust you, they feel like they can be themselves around you. You are highly cherished by an introvert, and so very rare and special to them that they will not take you for granted.
Introverts highly value words and never take them lightly. But if an introvert is comfortable with you, they will open themselves up to you without reservation and they will not hold back.
When the introverts has a something to say it is always of meaning and they always are sure of what they are speaking. I just love the feeling of independence it brings out in me. Yet, I appreciate the difference in conversation that extroverts and ambiverts bring to the table. Honestly, I believe they often keep us balanced when it comes to both platonic and romantic relationships. Let me be clear, a lot of the advice forced down our throat feels like straight up B.
Be honest. This might sound weird, but it really does help a partner especially an extrovert understand where you might be coming from. Usually, after we get comfortable with each other, I usually have some sort of dialogue similar to the following: Yes, I absolutely want to hang out with you often. Set boundaries. Our loyalty is like no other. Introverts can sniff bullshit from a mile away. Expect to initiate in the bedroom.
Or at least be good at reading body language. Know your partner. When does he or she get aggravated? How long is too long where social interaction is concerned? When does your partner start to shut down, or close out? These are things to always ask yourself, regardless of the personality trait your partner identifies with. Engaging in activities that both of you enjoy will keeps things fun and interesting.
We at Club Introvert greatly appreciate that you take these things into account, trust me.