Introverts in Love: The Quiet Way to Happily Ever After
Many introverts are just starting to understand their own introversion, and are still trying to figure out why they act and feel like they do, which makes this book an important addition to the introvert library. All introverts, to a greater or lesser extent, are more comfortable with themselves or with a small, close set of friends, which can make finding new, true love a bit of a challenge; keeping love alive has other challenges that are more typical for introverts. Author Sophia Dembling gives helpful and reassuring tips for Meeting, Dating, and Connecting, and then for sustaining a relationship, whether that is between two introverts, or an intro-/extro- pair. The advice is simple, calm, and reasonable; Dembling acknowledges introverts’ natural inclinations (for solitude and inertia, for example), but refuses to allow anyone to use those as an excuse for avoiding connection. Instead, she offers introvert-friendly interventions and alternatives, such as ways to negotiate attending social functions, online dating, or scheduling personal (solitary) time away from your significant other. This book will be helpful for any introvert, whether in a current relationship, or looking for one; it would also be useful for those wishing to deepen their relationships with the introverts in their lives.
|Page Count||208 pages|
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