Because our energy is limited, we don't want to waste it on something that isn't meaningful to us — and spending any amount of time and energy on small talk is a waste of said time and energy.We prefer deep conversations over small talk, which feels insincere. That "rule" about dating, where you're supposed to call after three days? A phone call is intrusive, it interrupts us and catches us off-guard, and it is often filled with unnecessary small talk. Showing real, genuine interest in what we say and do, and remembering details from conversations we had weeks ago will blow our minds. Don't expect us to be available at a moment's notice. " are the five worst words we can receive in a text message.Extroverts on the other hand, are energised by being around other people.When they’re left alone, they get bored very easily and tend to ‘fade’.They tend to avoid crowds, hate small talk, and express themselves better in writing than in conversation.Introverts are the quiet achievers with a lot to offer!They would much rather talk with someone else rather than sit alone and think.
Dress in a comfortable way and talk to people your friends are/were talking to about something you/they find interesting.Now I think that going slow and steady is a better way.” By the Myers-Briggs definition (Myers-Briggs being a popular psychological test), an introvert derives energy from his or her internal world of emotions and ideas, while an extrovert gets revved up from the outside world of people and activities.So what should you consider if you want to date someone who’s more on the introvert side than you are?No pressure." —mechteldho "One of the best pieces of advice I've ever gotten (from another introvert who was great at meeting/picking up people) was to treat the stranger like you've known them a long time but haven't seen them in a while.Do what you'd normally do then, ask how they're doing, ask how work has been, etc." —Martin Goetz, Facebook "Don't be afraid to be upfront about being an introvert with your date.