A selection of original articles written by Wes Colton and Regina Hopkins for Introvert Unbound.
Even with their dark side, dating apps do have a place in the dating world in terms of functionality and usefulness.
Find out why breakups are typically worse for introverts than extroverts and what you can do about it.
There are several ways in which we introverts have a leg up on extroverts when it comes to dating.
There are three “buckets” we put potential dates into, usually without being overtly conscious of it.
If you’re not getting regular dates, I can almost guarantee that at least one—and likely more than one—of the below reasons applies to you.
If you’re not careful, “pickup” can start to warp your personality, where every part of your being is so focused on what might get a girl to like you, that you start having trouble functioning in other social spheres.
Basically, if you’re a guy who’s not where he wants to be dating-wise and you keep telling yourself that the problem will fix itself—you’re in dating denial.
Qualifying is nothing more than asking a woman questions about herself so you can figure out if she’s the type of woman you want to date.
There’s no question that we’re living in a time when men’s behavior towards women is being scrutinized like never before. However, instead of this spelling the demise of cold-approach, I’d argue that it’s more important than ever.
Whether it’s a from cold-approach or on an Internet date, if you want to get intimate with a woman, at some point you’re going to have to touch her. So what’s the when, where, and how when it comes to physicality?
It might not sound like much, but proximity is often the difference between a woman perceiving you as a potential sexual partner or just a friend/harmless rando.
For those who don’t know, ghosting is when someone stops texting you without any explanation why. We’ve all had it done to us. But why does it hurt so much?
Though it may sound counterintuitive, the more successful you get with women, the more rejections you’ll be experiencing.
A woman walks down the street, her hair dyed blonde, eyes smeared with purple eyeshadow and mascara, blush on her cheeks, bright red lipstick glistening, wearing a low-cut, form-fitting, oh-so-short dress. Does this mean she wants to be ogled by men?
Sorry to break it to you, but being an introvert isn’t an excuse for sucking at conversation.
Over the years, I started to accept the fact that my aversion to socializing might be keeping me from living the life I wanted.
Let’s face it: as an introvert guy it can be tough to make friends. In many ways it’s easier to go out and find women to date than it is to meet a dude friend to hang out with.
Here are the Ten Commandments I follow that have allowed me to successfully work from home for almost a decade.