- Feel welcomed.
First of all, you wouldn’t be dating one of us if we didn’t decide to let you after days of looking at it from every possible angle, determining the outcomes and praying (if we’re Christians). So welcome officially to the inner sanctum. Cheers.
- Remember that through text, they’re different, and in person, they’re different.
You might get a cheesy person who’s full of fun and romantic lines in text messages, but don’t expect that in real life. At most, it’ll be quiet mostly, with a few laughs and lots of snuggles. Maybe after some months or so, then you’ll start praying for them to keep quiet when you’re around.
- Find out the topics they’re interested in.
Be observing. Note stuff down, especially when you catch them in that rare talking mood. For instance, most introverts are artistic. Most, not all. So look for the signs, find out what they do in the times that they’re alone. Write books? Music? Poetry? They’re doing something. Find out what it is, and show interest. That’s the recipe for a double shot of love right there.
- C U D D L E S
Most introverts are very touchy feely people. You just cannot visit your introverted lover and have space between the two of you. Impossible. Well, unless they’re mad. So expect cuddles, hugs and kisses and the climbing. (Yes, some of us climb.) We want a cuddle all the time, everyday. But quiet ones most times. It’s not about the lovey-dovey talk, it’s simply about presence. It’s about being. It’s about stares and feathery touches, and gazes and…ugh. Beautiful moments. We never forget. SO NO ABSENTMINDED CUDDLES. Those are just the worst.
- Speak your feelings
Mad about something? Say it. Annoyed? Say it. Anything other than happiness, say it in words. Two moody people in a relationship does more harm than good. Leave the mood to us, it’s our thing. If you speak your feelings more, we’ll eventually learn from you. If you don’t say what you feel, we feel it. Vibes don’t lie. And when we don’t get a good vibe, and you hit us with the “nothing” after being asked what’s wrong a few times, it’s the end honey. We go into a mood because you’re in a mood and that mood lasts longer than normal moods. It’s terrible. Speak.
So there you have it! Cheers to a better relationship.
Woes Of An Introvert