One of the shades of introversion, Cain says, is that introverts don't share one particular way of conversing, and others might want to talk more.
The findings into the language most likely to help singletons meet a partner on dating sites revealed that 'ambitious', 'perceptive, 'sweet', 'hard working' and 'thoughtful' are the descriptions most likely to attract male attention online.
Mention the things you love to do, including introverted things when you're at home all day long, she said.
If you belong to a book group or have read everything by Isaac Asimov, say that.
"It’s a testament to why we’re all better off when we own who we are and are comfortable with who we are.” Those looking for introverts, Hartman says, can try a few strategies, such as watching out for quiet or short profiles, hobbies that introverts tend to gravitate toward, or a photo that doesn't give away much about his or her appearance.
"I think people would not be honest about that kind of stuff, and they should be honest.” Hartman advises that people identify as introverted through their Myers-Briggs type, because many people are familiar with the indicator and may know a loved one who's similar."[Introverts are] one-on-one in the email stage and on a date.They don’t have to worry about being at a dinner party, talking to eight people, figuring out how to look charming,” she said. She maintains that online dating can work for introverts in ways offline dating doesn't.Still, introverts, especially men, who Hartman and Cain agreed face different expectations than women, may find it difficult to ask out someone they've been messaging."That’s a lot to ask for someone who’s introverted, especially in an area already outside of his comfort zone," Hartman said.