How to date introverted Christian men?

  • Christian Chat is a moderated online Christian community allowing Christians around the world to fellowship with each other in real time chat via webcam, voice, and text, with the Christian Chat app. You can also start or participate in a Bible-based discussion here in the Christian Chat Forums, where members can also share with each other their own videos, pictures, or favorite Christian music.

    If you are a Christian and need encouragement and fellowship, we're here for you! If you are not a Christian but interested in knowing more about Jesus our Lord, you're also welcome! Want to know what the Bible says, and how you can apply it to your life? Join us!

    To make new Christian friends now around the world, click here to join Christian Chat.
T

toinena

Guest
I think this has been a great study on how introvert men interact.
 
K

Kim82

Guest
This shows that you really don't know what an introverted/shy man is like. They are deathly afraid of rejection because of various personal reasons. That is why they have trouble summoning up the courage to let a woman know that they are interested. And I am not saying that a woman should make the first move!

Also, who are you to tell him what he's feeling? And calling him 'bro' while telling him he doesn't know what he's talking about and calling his feelings USELESS is disrepectful. Would you like it if someone told you that you don't know what you're talking about and that you're feelings are useless while calling you 'babe'? Please show a little respect.
 
K

Kim82

Guest
Sorry. Hope I didn't scare anyone.
 

melita916

Senior Member
Aug 12, 2011
10,418
2,660
113
here's the deal.

we have ideas of how extraverts/introverts act, but we should remember we are still individuals. the way Melita, the introvert, acts may be different from another introvert woman. the same goes for men.

generalizations will always cause someone to say, "waiiiiit a minute...." because most of us, if not all of us, break generalizations. :)
 
K

Khalil

Guest
Not all women want to he dominated and some that do, do it because they are emotionally hurt or struggle with issues that are not resolved. Love is not about domination but of mutual submission and respect.

What a woman do need and every relationship needs is communication. My ex husband just turned his deaf ear (literally) to me when I needed to tell him something that was very important to me. It made me very frustrated. Our marriage didn't end nicely.

An extrovert needs to speak to think. An introvert speaks before he is thinking. If they don't meet each other on those needs, they have a serious communication problem.[/QUOTE

Introverts think a lot more than they speak, the extrovert speaks without thinking cause they open their mouths more often. And yes your correct, but for a women that prefers dominance it wouldn't be a good idea to date an introverted man.
 
T

theanointedsinner

Guest
Not all women want to he dominated and some that do, do it because they are emotionally hurt or struggle with issues that are not resolved. Love is not about domination but of mutual submission and respect.

What a woman do need and every relationship needs is communication. My ex husband just turned his deaf ear (literally) to me when I needed to tell him something that was very important to me. It made me very frustrated. Our marriage didn't end nicely.

An extrovert needs to speak to think. An introvert speaks before he is thinking. If they don't meet each other on those needs, they have a serious communication problem.
An extrovert needs to speak to think. <-- based on this part, I'm not an extrovert

wait a minute, what about thinking before speaking
 

Lynx

Folksy yet erudite
Aug 13, 2014
25,094
8,249
113
here's the deal.

we have ideas of how extraverts/introverts act, but we should remember we are still individuals. the way Melita, the introvert, acts may be different from another introvert woman. the same goes for men.

generalizations will always cause someone to say, "waiiiiit a minute...." because most of us, if not all of us, break generalizations. :)
Yup, I break a lot of generalizations. In fact I don't know of one generalization about single white males that I haven't broken. I don't TRY to break them, I just never have cared enough to follow them.

I also void warranties. A lot. Usually I void warranties by using Linux (on computers) or thin pieces of wire (on non-computers.)
 
M

Miri

Guest
I haven’t really been following this thread but I came across this.
It seemed to be a good practical answer!


 
L

LittleMermaid

Guest
How to date a guy that is introverted, shy, or won't ask you out? It's simple...
 
Jun 30, 2018
29
38
13
To introverted men here - What activities or places do you like to share with a close friend or date?
 
T

theanointedsinner

Guest
To introverted men here - What activities or places do you like to share with a close friend or date?
that sounds like another thread that you can start
 
Jun 30, 2018
29
38
13
I'm asking as I find coffee or meals together quite boring... What other ideas do you like?

Hiking
Parks/gardens
Zoo
Museum/Art Gallery
Summer Local Concert
Toy Store (this is my favorite)
Beach
Movie
Bookstore
Explore a big city together
...
 
Aug 2, 2009
24,584
4,271
113
I'm asking as I find coffee or meals together quite boring... What other ideas do you like?

Hiking
Parks/gardens
Zoo
Museum/Art Gallery
Summer Local Concert
Toy Store (this is my favorite)
Beach
Movie
Bookstore
Explore a big city together
...
 

Mel85

Daughter of the True King
Mar 28, 2018
10,910
6,895
113
Question: can one be an introvert then change into a extrovert?
 
T

toinena

Guest
Most people become more introvert by age. I doubt it will go the other way. You can practice to be more outgoing, but that doesn't change who you are of nature.
 
Jul 10, 2018
90
68
18
30
I'm introverted and humor is the quickest way to get me to open up.
 

Oncefallen

Idiot in Chief
Staff member
Jan 15, 2011
6,032
3,285
113
Question: can one be an introvert then change into a extrovert?
Highly unlikely since that would be a huge change in personality qualities. I could see a person becoming slightly less introverted or slightly less extroverted but for someone to completely shift polarities would just about take an act of God.

An extrovert thrives and actually recharges in loud, boisterous environments that are full of human interaction whereas an introvert thrives and recharges in quiet environments with considerably less human interaction.