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Ask QuestionsIntroverts are naturally curious, so project those questions outward by asking your date questions about him or herself. You'll learn a lot and keep the conversation flowing without having to trudge through any small talk.
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Know Your LimitsDon't feel pressured to hide a feeling, or worse, fake a feeling if it's not there. If you've reached your limit, don't be afraid to call it quits.
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Don't Try to Be Someone You're NotEmbrace who you are and don't try to pretend to be someone else. It's much harder to keep the act going after several dates.
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Find Common InterestsLook for things you might have in common. It'll be an easy way to keep a relaxed conversation going.
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Go SlowIntroverts often have to take baby steps in new situations. The same goes for dating, so don't be afraid to go slow and take a step back if you need to.
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Go Places You Feel ComfortableWhether it's a coffee shop, museum, or park, go somewhere you'll feel comfortable enough to be yourself. Avoid places where there will be mobs of people – allow yourself and your date to have some space to yourselves.
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CommunicateIt's important for both people in a relationship to express how they feel. As in any relationship, communication is key to understanding problems and fixing them.
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Get Out of the HouseWhile you may treasure your downtime at home, getting out of the house is one of the best ways to run into a potential suitor. If you enjoy watching sports but usually do it inside the house, try to get out and watch the game at a bar instead. You'll be surprised by how many people you'll likely meet, and you'll already have a shared interest.