There’s so many thoughts and ideas people want to shoot out of their heads.
Every conversation needs a listener and it’s often the listener who’s valued the most.
For without an ear to listen to the other person’s thoughts, there will be no conversation.
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.
You don’t want the conversation to end, but there’s only so many ideas your brain can come up with.
Before you hit the panic button in your head, first be aware that the other person is probably pondering the same thing too.To make it clear for any shy guys out there, flirting is exciting and fun.There’s nothing really shameful about it unless you make it so.The next step is to ask relevant questions that pertains to the individual.Ask them about something they said earlier and dig deeper into it.Introversion can be misread as a lack of interest to some people, so it's always better to say 'I'm an introvert' than to let them think you aren't enjoying their company." —Emily Weeden, Facebook "Become friends with people.