If you ask people on dating apps or websites if they’d like to stop wasting time on bad dates, you’d hear a resounding yes. Dating is energy-draining for anyone, but even more so for us introverts. Many introverts would rather stay cozy at home than hit the bars, which can translate to fewer dates and a lower chance of meeting someone with whom they truly click.
As an introvert myself, the thought of spending a night making small talk with a stranger who I have nothing in common with makes me want to crawl under my duvet. Seeing as introverts spend less time going on dates, it’s even more important to improve our chances of meeting someone with whom we can share a deep connection.
To help, my sister and I set up sosyncd, the first dating app and website that matches complementary Myers Briggs personality types. It’s also great for busy extroverts who have little time for dating.
Here are six ways the Myers Briggs framework and So Syncd can make dating more fun – and help you find love as an introvert.
1. You might finally find that special someone.
If you’ve studied Myers Briggs personality types, you know that some personality combinations are more compatible than others. Of course, attraction is highly complex, and there are multiple factors that come into play – in other words, personality type isn’t everything. But personality compatibility does play a crucial role. So Syncd matches people who have just the right amount of similarities to “get” each other, and just the right amount of differences to create that spark, making dating more fun, meaningful, and successful.