My sister and i do have opposite character. She's extrovert while i'm introvert. My aunt who oftenly visit our house said that i have to be more like my sis, so i could get a boyfriend, she frustates me these days and constantly giving me assumption that i will not have a boyfriend in the future. Though, my sister who is extrovert doesn't even have a boyfriend herself, yet my aunt never give her that haunting statement of never having a boyfriend.
Most Helpful Guy
First thought: guys hit on girls much more than vice versa. In some situations, you may find you have a choice of guys who are attracted to you without much effort on your part.
Second: I don't even know; are there dating sites that let you join at your age? your profile says under 18. Regardless, try registering on some when you're of age and see if it opens any new doors.1
Most Helpful Girl
Ok so my response is no, being an introvert does not mean it's harder to get a boyfriend! I'm an introvert (more of an ambivert) but I sometimes have difficulty in dealing in many social settings. Since I am over 21, I usually have a drink or two to calm my nerves. The short answer is that men seem to be more attracted to confidence which is a characteristic of many extroverts. I have had a handful of boyfriends in my 34 years of life and a few lovers in my day. I think as an introvert, we are harder on ourselves but it is not a deciding factor in the level of difficulty of having a boyfriend/love interest! Go at your own pace and enter social settings that are more on your comfort level! You will meet the right one someday!1
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