Dating shyness anxiety
(By the way, click here for the free report I mention at the end of the video called “3 Simple Steps To Overcome Shyness Around Girls.” — I guarantee you’ll love this! On the other hand, this will almost never happen to a guy.
) I decided to make this video because I kept getting emails from women and girls that sounded like this: My first reaction to these emails was: “You have social anxiety and no friends and you still have a boyfriend?! In fact it’s COMMON for quiet and shy girls to still have no trouble finding a boyfriend. See, as long as a girl is reasonably attractive, there will usually be a guy willing to invest the time and effort to get to know her slowly and get her out of her shell. At best, a girl may give a guy a few “signals” that she’s interested.
Did you know that for many people, shyness is the number one obstacle they have in their dating life?
Imagine: they have lots of offers from attractive people, they live in an area where there are dozens of dating activities to enjoy, they can afford to date, and they have the free time.
But I want to encourage you to be around them in a place where you feel better and better about your ability to manage the demands of relating to these people.
For instance, if you can be in a group of people who are more than willing to carry the heavy burden of a conversation but at the same time allow room for you to talk when you feel the need, then that will provide you the opportunity to work progressively on your shyness in the interpersonal sphere. Well, there are book clubs that sometimes provide this kind of opportunity.
As the shyness begins to subside you will no longer feel quite the same intensity of anxiety.
Usually she thinks these are obvious, but to guys they’re very subtle…
so a girl could like you for years without you ever knowing and asking her out. I’m speaking from personal experience as well as YEARS of interacting with shy guys who can’t seem to attract a girlfriend even though they are intelligent, not ugly, and good people.
Practice dating with someone who is not a potential partner for you.
This can be your cousin or your sister or your old friend—somebody that you like.