Many people think that all introverts are shy. In fact, there are different kinds of introvert, including those who aren’t opposed to the idea of socializing with others — they simply enjoy being only with a narrow circle of close friends and relatives.
WeGoRo offers you this set of tips from Psych2Go that will help you understand whether an introvert likes you or not.
Introverts don’t usually take the first step toward getting to know someone. But if you find that someone fitting this personality type actively tries to start a conversation with you or tries to attract your attention, you can be sure they like you.
It’s normally difficult to "crack open" an introvert. They need time to emerge from their shell and reveal their true selves. However, if an introvert begins to talk about themselves at their own initiative, that means they definitely find you interesting.
Since introverts are good observers, they don’t usually rush to make friends or expand their social circle. They carefully find out about a person and then make a choice. If you find that an introvert is trying to build a relationship with you, this is likely a sign that they’re genuinely interested in getting to know you.
Introverts love to spend time on their own with their thoughts and emotions. If you’re invited by one into what appears to be their personal space and they’ve asked you to spend time with them there, this is a definite sign that they enjoy your company.
Introverts don’t usually talk about personal topics, preferring to discuss more general things. But if one of them begins to talk with you about their feelings, interests, likes, and dislikes, this means they like you and feel comfortable being around you.
Introverts are loyal to their values when it comes to relationships. They can show a great deal of care and compassion for those who they consider close to them. If an introvert is especially attentive to you, this means he or she considers you one of their inner circle.
Introverts are, deep down, highly responsive people who are always ready to help, but they don’t always rush to do so. If you find that an introvert tries to help you with something without you having asked, then they definitely like you.
Introverts differentiate between acquaintances and close friends. If they make you part of their everyday life, then you’re a special person to them.
Everyone has secrets that they’re hiding inside. Introverts are especially careful at guarding theirs. If they give you the chance to find out theirs or about what happened to them in the past, that’s a sure sign they definitely consider you a good person.
Introverts don’t usually offer advice or recommendations, preferring to keep their opinions to themselves. But if an introvert gives you some genuine advice, they’re definitely concerned about your welfare. And that’s one more sign that you’ve conquered their heart.
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