Reasons Why The Girl Who Dislikes People is Actually A Perfect Girlfriend

Female introverts tend to be more connected to their emotions, more aware of how they really feel about people and life, and more effective at expressing themselves—when they decide that it’s worth their time and effort, of course. Although female introverts are often believed to be purely anti-social, most of their friends would likely say that this isn’t the case at all. Please read the following list for more specifics, and to learn why female introverts really could be ideal girlfriends.

Reasons Why The Girl Who Dislikes People is Actually A Perfect Girlfriend

#1: Conversations are more meaningful.

Since introverts don’t usually start (or engage in) a conversation unless they genuinely want to—and unless the topic or subject at hand is worth contemplating—every conversation you’re able to have with them will inherently carry more meaning. Having more meaningful conversations with your girlfriend and less unimportant conversations is definitely a good thing.

#2: Emotions are managed maturely.

Introverts have more time to consider how they really feel internally, and to consider how they really feel about certain things, topics, and subjects. As a result of this, female introverts tend to deal with their emotions less dramatically than their extrovert counterparts.

#3: Spending time together is valuable—not expensive.

Since introverts prefer to stay in rather than going out, the time you spend together will be “the activity,” which means that focus can be kept on connecting, enjoying, and relaxing as opposed to the $100+ dinner or bar tab that would normally be arriving soon.

#4: Loyalty is a high priority.

Female introverts are as loyal as they come; even though they probably won’t be out or away on their own very much, you can rest and sleep easy knowing that you don’t have to worry about what they’re saying or doing—or who they’re saying or doing things with. At least not as much as you’d normally have to worry about these things.

#5: Ambition is a natural priority.

In addition to being very loyal, female introverts are also extremely ambitious. Although every partner should encourage their partner to excel, even if you forget to do it as much as you should you still won’t have to worry about your girlfriend striving toward her aspirations.

#6: Conversations are more direct.

As alluded to, when introverts speak their words are usually both important and genuine. If you don’t have to worry about your girlfriend beating around the bush for an hour, lying, or otherwise engaging in devious conversation, then you have the potential to experience great happiness.

#7: Increased and enhanced space.

Female introverts require their own personal space and time on a regular basis, so that means that their partner will have more space and time for themselves as well. So, if your girlfriend is an introvert, you’ll probably never have to complain about not having time to spend with friends.

#8: More openness and honesty.

As mentioned, when an introvert speaks or acts, they usually don’t waste their time and energy on lies or half-truths. This means that you’ll probably know exactly the type of person your girlfriend is—from the beginning of the relationship as opposed to just at the end.

#9: Encouraging alone time equates to providing support.

“I’m an introvert. I get my energy by spending time alone. I need that hour or two to myself every day.”—Amit Bhatia

#10: Their leadership and creativity makes life easier.

“Introverts are more effective leaders of proactive employees. When you have a creative, energetic work force, an introvert is going to draw out that energy better.”—Laurie Helgoe

#11: Less impulse and knee-jerk responses and accusations.

“If you ask an introvert a question, wait until she thinks about it. Introverts think before speaking, not through speaking. If you want to get to the good stuff, you need to slow down.”—Laurie Helgoe

#12: They’ll know when you need support.

“There’s a really positive side of being an introvert—you really pick up on things a lot more than your extroverted counterparts.”—Jessica Williams

#13: When you do go out, it’ll still be an intimate experience.

“I’m an introvert somewhat. There could be a room full of people, I’ll go stand in the corner.”—Kevin Gates

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