"I prefer to go to a place I knew or had been to before.It made me more comfortable knowing the area, what kind of food there was, etc., so I could focus on the person and talking to them rather than the atmosphere or what I would order." —Stephanie Combs, Facebook "Go to events your more extroverted friends invite you to.First dates are never comfortable and especially not for us.Go out with them anyway and see what happens." —mollys42d38d032 "For a first date (or more if needed) pick something where there is a focus — something to do or see — that still allows you to talk.
We share many hobbies that can be either extroverted or introverted depending on the setup, such as hunting and fishing." —Jessica Lee Warfel, Facebook "Be with someone who does not feel that silence is awkward, uncomfortable, or bad news for a relationship.They understand that I'd almost always rather have a low-key date at home than a night out, and they don't try to force me out of my comfort zone when I'm not prepared for it." —hayleym4c8f346f7 "I used to date only introverts because I thought they understood me better.Yes they did, but we introverts tend to overthink so much that it leads us into believing that the silence is more awkward than what it really is.Even if that means saying no to bingeing on another series!Dress in a comfortable way and talk to people your friends are/were talking to about something you/they find interesting.