“If you’re at home reading Tolkien, you’re not a fun person," Hartman said facetiously.
"I think people would not be honest about that kind of stuff, and they should be honest.” Hartman advises that people identify as introverted through their Myers-Briggs type, because many people are familiar with the indicator and may know a loved one who's similar.
As annoying that is, you’re not being exposed in a negative way.” Cain said that having a focus on the positive aspects of online dating can help overcome hurdles.
"I would embrace it and see the beauty of it that you can sit at home curled up on your sofa and look for someone who feels like a real connection for you.” “It’s easier to ask somebody out online than in person," Cain said.
"[Introverts are] one-on-one in the email stage and on a date.
"They’re afraid that everybody sees them, and then they realize that nobody sees them.
The first is that it can be done from the comfort of one's home, alone, and doesn't involve the traditional pressures of meeting people IRL, such as going to a crowded bar. “Conversations with new people are taxing for the introvert," Hartman told .
"Those initial conversations you can do over email online.” That intimacy continues to be an advantage during the dating stage.
One of the shades of introversion, Cain says, is that introverts don't share one particular way of conversing, and others might want to talk more.
may have never stopped and considered the temperament of the people around you.