Introversion and extroversion are some of the least properly understood terms in psychology. Introverts have a lot of wonderful strengthsmany of which people are just now coming to appreciate, but interacting with people is definitely not one of them. Endless back-and-forth Tinder messages, escape plans from a bad date, and forced getting-to-know-you questions make dating an exhausting, yet necessary, evil. With such an overwhelming number of apps and unfortunately real phenomenons like ghosting, zombieing and kittenfishing in existence, dating has become more stressful than satisfying. To every introvert, the act of finding a significant other means doing the opposite of what you love most — blowing through another Netflix murder mystery series in fleece-lined sweatpants.
If you get nervous around new people or you totally feel drained after social situations — dating as an introvert can sometimes feel a little intimidating. Introverts are so hot right now, don't you agree? Getting into a relationship is an exciting thought. Why not just cut to the chase and get to real, meaningful conversation? This guest article from YourTango was written by Gerti Schoen.
Guest Contributor. Less awkward, more awesome. Introversion is a term coined by CG Jung and was used in his work on psychological types. Dating and relationships week continues with this second instalment in the Dating Advice For Introverts series. If you're an introvert, dating is a different experience.
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