Dating a quiet person
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But it’s a thorny issue - and one that must be tackled, as more and more of us turn to the online dating.
Speaking doesn’t come easily, as they take it very seriously.
Quiet people may have a lot to say, but they have trouble forming actual words because they're moving from one subject to the next inside their heads.
The quitest people are the ones inside their heads. They may want to start a conversation, but they're busy thinking about that conversation's possible outcomes.
They dissect every single factor in a conversation.
They aren't spending their free time out at the bar; they're spending it reading and writing.The best thing you can do for your brain is to give it a break and allow it to soak up what's around you.According to AARP Magazine, being quiet is actually good for your brain health -- because it gives your mind a chance to wander and reflect.Introverts enjoy stimulating conversations, but it is safe to say that these are few and far between.It’s the quiet ones who are sitting in their libraries, reading and lounging on their couches, writing and creating.