You’ve likely heard the phrase, “It’s the thought that counts.” Introverts are keenly self-aware and, due to their sensitivity to their environments, are more likely to store information about their significant other (whether on a first date or fiftieth), and therefore make their partner feel more cared for.Another common strength among introverts is the fact that they are self-reflective and are magnificent at error correcting.Surface level communication frustrates introverts and gives them a feeling of ‘What’s the point of just chatting?We aren’t having a real conversation.”This propensity towards deep rapport building helps introverts massively in the dating scene.It is often said that the world is made up of people who think, and people who do (introverts and extroverts respectively).The world needs both people who take action and people who are thoughtful… To draw an analogy, think of how one shoots an arrow from a bow.
When I even mention those words, “introverted strengths,” to my introverted , they instantly get a puzzled look across their faces. ” It is this confusion that has compelled me to write this post.Show me a boyfriend that can admit when he was wrong, and I’ll show you his happy girlfriend.This is one of the biggest points in this list (and could just as easily be the #1 point).From all the time introverts spend doing their internal homework, they are brilliantly adept at continually making sure that they are align with themselves and living from a congruent place.This also generally results in lower incidences of egomania because introverts are much less interested in keeping up with the Jones’s and chasing external status symbols.It is an unfortunately common misperception that introverts don’t like being around people. Introverts actually have a greater need for intimacy and depth in their relationships than their extroverted counterparts.They would much rather have a smaller social circle with greater understanding and connection with each person than have a large group of acquaintances with less emotional intimacy.If the world were only made up of introverts, the arrow would be cocked and ready to be fired, but the shooter would always be recalibrating and aiming the arrow before it ever took flight.If the world were only extroverts, the arrows would be flying every which way but never hitting any targets. Thus, the world needs those who can aim, and those who can let go.Watch a small group of introverts communicating with each other and everyone is heard equally and people are very rarely interrupted in the slightest.Introverts are more introspective and self-aware than most extroverts.