Dating tips for introverts will help
I get this often, so much so that I have on my Facebook page that I am “Online extrovert, offline introvert.
It’s complicated.” But for me, it’s much easier to be outgoing online, than it is offline. For example, one of the things that I hate is being in a room full of people where I don’t know anyone.
You can handle a lot of stimulation before you get overwhelmed.
If you’re in the middle of extrovert-introvert you’ve got average size holes. They’re listening to you, reading between the lines, catching what you’re expressing that even you don’t realize you’re expressing.
Here are six illustrations of what it’s like to be in our heads.
Let’s keep our discussions reflective, productive, and welcoming.
Oh, and never, ever comment on someone's shyness like they're a cute, shivering little lamb. After a few minutes that may start to reciprocate more. If someone doesn't seem like they want to talk to you after a few minutes, or they're not contributing at all to the discussion, then give them their space and back off.
If you’re an extrovert, you’ve got extra large holes in your net.
Yes, we love your kids, husband and other friends too. But we will feel disconnected from you if we don’t get to the heart level in our conversations and that usually requires being one-on-one.
If you’re an introvert with a highly sensitive nervous system you catch everything. So please don’t pressure introverts to be more outgoing.
If you have a child who’s an introvert with a sensitive nervous system, nurture the unique gifts that come with that.
They're just a bit tongue-tied at first and need some time to warm up to the people they're with, or it's their natural style to sit back and observe. Sometimes the person will say something in a more accusatory, confrontational way.
At other times it's more well-intentioned and matter-of-fact.