Dating an introverted man
Unlike in the past, where I would feel negative emotions in social environments, I now feel positive emotions because most people like me, respect me and want to be my friend.
In the case of women, most women feel intense attraction for me and wish they could be my girlfriend or at least be sexed by me.
When I am not in a social environment, I rarely need it or crave it like an extrovert does.
Instead, I have more of a balanced life with my work (The Modern Man), my girlfriend, my friends, family, exercise, time to relax and think and other important parts of my life.
I prefer to have a balance of both sides of that state of being.
I don’t need to be alone and I don’t need to be around people; I just do whatever I want, day in, day out because I have the confidence and emotional security to be happy, forward-moving and driven in either situation.
I like being around people when I’m around them, but it’s not as if I need to be around loads of people all the time like an extrovert would. Here is me as a nervous introvert trying to meet women.
These days, I would be considered more of an extrovert by most people who meet me (because most people aren’t as confident as me), but the truth is that I’m neither an introvert or extrovert.
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However, these guys (maybe you), still want to be successful with women.
You still want to be able to get laid, get a girlfriend and enjoy yourself.