RSVP FOR Thursday’s LIVESTREAM: Where (and How) to Find Dates as an Introvert

IU Dates October 10
Are you an introverted type looking to date who’s sick of the flakiness of online dating but not a fan of loud bars or crazy parties?

Introvert Unbound dating coaches Wes Colton (MBTI® Certified) and Regina Hopkins (Licensed Professional Counselor) will present a free, 1-hour strategy session and online Q&A about:

-What it truly means to be an “introvert”
-The best places to meet fellow single introverts
-The easiest (and most appropriate) ways to strike up conversations and get dates

If you’re tired of being alone or meeting the wrong people, RSVP for “LIVESTREAM: Where (and How) to Find Dates as an Introvert” today!

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What’s Your Dating Trajectory?

– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound

trajectoryThanks to our limited social energy and fondness for alone time, the dating life of introverts is unlikely to be as active as that of extroverts. What that means is you’re doing yourself a disservice whenever you compare your situation to that of your chatty, hyper-social friends.

In fact, the only person whose social life you should measure your own against is yours over time!

Obviously, with anything as chaotic as dating, dips and spikes are inevitable. However, it can be helpful to take a moment to honestly answer this question: How is my dating life today compared to a year ago? That’s your dating trajectory.

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Why You Shouldn’t Take Rejection Seriously

– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound

rejectedAh, rejection. The mere mention of the r-word triggers many a dater’s anxiety and/or depression. Maybe if we came up with another term it wouldn’t hurt so much. How about…cold-shouldered?

I’m kidding, of course. Changing the words we use won’t make it any less painful. No, the best way to do away with the misery of rejection is to stop taking it so damned seriously.

And to help you put rejection in the proper perspective, here’s a 100% true anecdote.

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