Probably any online site would work, but here are some that have been shown to work well for introverts: For free: OK Cupid ( has introvert groups all over the place and many of them can be used to meet other singes.
For pay:e Harmony only makes your profile visible to those who are good matches.
It makes it less of a free-for-all and helps narrow potentials down for you.
Apps: Anomo is a mobile app that brings introverts together.
It might sound pretty reasonable when you first hear it except for the fact that it’s utter bullshit. It took me years of dating before I finally started ignoring this type of “practical” advice. For introverts, first dates are minefields of small talk and mindless chatter. if a tree falls in the forest and there’s no one to hear it, would this date be just as bad? As a result, I spent the following weekend on the couch, exhausted, spiraling down the rabbit hole of a bad television binge, barely able to peek around the door when the delivery guy dropped off my take-out. If you have a date scheduled that evening and you just can’t go, so be it.I prefer to think of it as determined and proactive.You're taking matters into your own hands rather than waiting for someone to drift into your life.I like to drop little hints throughout my online profile about how much I value my quiet time; this roots out any suitors prowling for a party girl.I mention that I tend to spend many hours reading and that I like book recommendations.