That doesn’t mean they don’t like you or your friends. You may need to plan and communicate the exit plan of a party.Introverts like to know they have an out when they are maxed out from people.There is nothing worse to an introvert than trying to get to know someone they are interested in AND having to navigate a lot of new friends. They aren’t antisocial, and they may even be the life of the party.They just have limited energy for it and will need to get away from people to recharge.Keeping your word, being on time and treating others well speak volumes to an introvert. In the Myers-Briggs assessment, If you are dating an INFJ (like me), then they are an external feeler and express their feelings in an external way — communicating them very well.But they need to feel you will keep their confidence. It’s normal to be excited to see someone again after a great date (or two).
But break it, and it takes time and an obvious, consistent change in behavior to get it back.
If they aren’t up for a party one weekend, they are totally okay with you going out without them.
They aren’t saying “go out” and meaning “stay with me.” Introverts are good with text messages because it allows them time to think about a response, but they see a lot of small-talk texting like an interruption.
Remember they are opening up to you and not anyone else. But with an introvert, if you come on too strong too fast, they will be tempted to run and hide.
You can build trust by listening and giving them time to communicate. They may very well like you, but when you want more than they are ready to give, you can ruin it.