It took only a few weeks of this before I realized that dating was taking its toll and that I was becoming bad at it — failing to respond to texts and messages in a timely manner, rushing through dates with people I felt little connection with and, eventually finding myself leaving all of my dates with a nagging desire for the solace of my quiet apartment.That was when I realized that I was doing it all wrong, that I was tapping out and turning inward because I was jogging at an extrovert’s pace, even though I'm an introvert. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. You may have never stopped and considered the temperament of the people around you.Dating an introvert is simple, as long as you’re aware of the characteristics of your introverted partner.Many people tend to think that introversion is a negative quality; it’s often associated with quiet, hard-to-talk-to individuals. Introverts are very easy people to talk to, especially in the proper setting.In fact, people are often drawn towards introverts to have conversations about personal experiences and events they’ve experienced.This is because introverts are typically great listeners.
Introverts can do very extroverted things, sometimes better than extroverts.So, what should you remember when dating someone who’s more withdrawn than you? A different style of communication is the most striking and significant thing about dating an introverted man.My boyfriend kept silent most of the time; thus I had to carry on most of the conversation, which was tiresome at times.When you really want to settle a conflict, adopt a patient behavior.When I plunged into the dating scene after getting out of a long-term relationship, my immediate inclination was to "play" extrovert by setting up numerous dates in a week, to give everyone a chance, to give those I was on the fence about a second chance, and to stay out well past my bedtime, even if I felt like I was losing steam.But what if you’re the sort of person who’s drained by crowds or just doesn’t having to introduce themselves and have to make the same small-talk over and over again?