We all know at least one introvert. Maybe you even are one. Everyone has different opinions about them. Some people think that they're too shy to hold a conversation, while others see them as cold outsiders or incapable individuals. Of course, anyone who knows an introvert knows this isn't true.
While introverts might be more comfortable enjoying their own company, they also have the power to attract people. No matter whether they're keeping to themselves or hanging out with friends, introverts never fail to catch people's eyes and their attention.
What's the secret behind this?
This superpower to attract others isn't down to one specific reason, but a whole host of reasons. Whether you're an introvert or just curious to learn more about them, here's the list of 7 reasons that makes introverts very attractive.
Daydreaming isn't just a kid's thing. Having an open and creative imagination and seeing what others may not, is a fantastic ability - one that introverts are blessed with. They spend a lot of things on their heads.
They let their minds wander and enjoy the process. Introverts don't limit their vision; they think about anything and everything, from what they had in the morning to deep subjects like life and the galaxy.
Introverts love to reflect on life as it unfolds around them. They don't just observe passively.
They let their minds wander freely and develop different perspectives on life.
Are you aware of your behavior, strengths, and weaknesses? Introverts often spend a lot of time thinking about themselves. They think deeply about themselves and develop a higher level of self-awareness, which creates a firm idea of their own identities. They know themselves well.
They are aware of the types of things and people they like. It helps them to determine compatible friends for them. They hold firm to their values and take stand for what matters to them. Introverts won't talk around an issue. We already know that introverts are blunt. They are usually not known for being rude.
Introverts Have a firm idea of their personality and radiate confidence. This helps others to see them as an attractive individual.
Introverts have no interest in fanfare, forgetting their names shouted from rooftops. The pressure to try and be the center of attention is merely useless to them. They don’t waste their time on people talking behind back. They are very easy-going when it comes to hanging out and spending time. After all, when you spend time with an introvert, all of their attention will be on you.
Rather than trying to crack the funniest joke or have all eyes on them, they will stick close to their friends - making your time together feel more sincere and unique, as you have honest and introspective chats. It doesn't have to get so deep every time. Introverts honestly like to support their friends. In case you become the center of attention, remember that they will be quietly cheering you on.
At one time or another, and we've all probably said something embarrassing. Whether we were speaking out of turn or telling a bad joke, we all have that memory that makes us cringe to this day. Introverts have a bit of an advantage here. They are known to settle on the edges of conversations, speaking when spoken to or seeing it as necessary.
They reflect on and follow the flow of communication, planning their response, and giving smooth answers instead of tripping over words. When introverts speak to you, they give you just a taste of what's on their minds, pulling you in as they catch your interest.
Introverts are great conversationalists because they take the time to listen and reflect on what they hear. Introverts are excellent listeners - and they are sure to listen to every word you say - even if you just want to talk about random things. They never show fake love and attention to anyone.
When you tell them about a problem, they will think through your issue - and instead of brushing it off by saying something like "Maybe it wasn't meant to be" or "Oh well, such is life," they'll take the time to try and give you sincere advice. Having someone in your life who listens when you need them is truly amazing, which is another reason that makes introverts very attractive to others.
When it's hard to hear everyone talking over each other, an introvert will hang back just out of reach. They will stay safe from the noise and yet still a part of it. Introvert are mysterious in their behavior and they don’t reveal much. They make a habit of avoiding others. One of the introvert's unique skills is their ability to seem almost everywhere at a party or event.
Always on the move, they'll make their way through the crowds, paying full attention to their friends and people they know, giving everyone an idea of their presence - as they move on to the next person. This mysterious energy isn't pride, but self-control. They take the time to honestly 'talk to and be with people - even if only for a few minutes - and this sincerity leaves a strong impression. This ability makes an introvert stand out, granting them an almost magnetic ability to attract people.
Introverts don't wear their hearts on their sleeves, as they value their privacy. Of course, they will still share things about themselves, but they do it on their terms and feel comfortable. They know that sharing information about themselves will catch people's attention, and so, sometimes, they will let bits of information slip to someone they're interested in.
Introverts tend to use the 'sharing of information' as a kind of test. They want to make sure the person they are interested in is ready to make an effort to form a sincere relationship. Creating this challenge makes an introvert that much more alluring!
If you are an introvert, you are sure to pursue most of these qualities.