3) They are easy to be around.
There is less drama, less competition, less general relationship chaos with an introvert. Your introverted partner has no desire to outshine you, be the “headliner” in the relationship, or be the center of attention. What that means for you— their easy presence is comforting.
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4) They are loyal.
Because introverts are selective about who they hang with, they invest time and energy into their relationships. They are patient and loyal, sometimes to a fault. What that means for you— you can rest easy.
5) They practice good self-care.
Typically, introverts pay close attention to diet and exercise and generally value their health. They also project these values through their appearance and manner of dress, often classic, understated, and non-flashy. What that means for you— nice arm candy! Just kidding (sort of). It means your partner will be healthy and set a good example!
6) They are authentic.
Introverts may or may not sit up all night talking, but when they do, their conversation is likely to be thoughtful, meaningful, even soulful. They are likely to feel things deeply and passionately and live honorably according to their values. What that means for you—you will know your partner wants to connect with you on an intimate level.
Introverts are wonderful partners for other introverts, and also for classic extroverts (wait for next week’s blog on great reasons to date an extrovert). For personal growth, to get out of their comfort zone, and just to have fun, people will date, or be in serious relationships, outside their “version” – whether it be intro or extra.
Often, in fact, extroverts and introverts are very successful in relationships once they understand one another’s modus operandi and are able to respect each other’s unique needs.
Written by Jed Diamond Ph.D
Originally appeared in The Goodmen Project
Dating An Introvert Is Always Better
If you are looking for a romantic partner, then introverts are the best personality types out there for you. This is even more true if you’re an extrovert as an introvert will balance your extroverted energy by adding some contentment and peace into your life. Regardless of whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, there is no doubt that dating an introvert can bring a lot of joy and happiness into your life. However, the best thing about dating an introvert is they will always give you the love and importance you deserve as they are very loyal and have a close social circle.
So if you’re still wondering if you should be in a relationship with an introvert, then it’s about time you dive into the introvert love pool and enjoy the perks of being in the happiest and most fulfilling relationship of your life.
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