There are lots of women who have good romantic lives, but who still consider themselves shy around guys at heart, and wish they weren't so inhibited at times.There are women who were pretty shy in high school and during the first year or two of college, and it delayed the start of their dating lives somewhat, but they got worked through the worst of it by their early twenties.
Reading this will not make you a Casanova overnight.
But what it will do, is give you crisp advice and tips on how to deal with your shy date.
And when it comes to dating games, try to look at it from a guy’s perspective. But not all shy girls have the grace and the ability to do that. [Read: How to get a guy’s attention in any circumstance] Many outspoken girls may tell you that guys hate shy girls *they’re probably jealous*. Reasons why guys are smitten by a shy girl Want to know a good reason behind why most guys love a shy girl? This makes the chase more challenging and guys love that!
You’ll be pretty pleased with yourself for being a shy girl. [Read: Why guys love a chase when it comes to attracting girls] #2 Shy girls can be intimidating.
When you’re a shy girl, life can be a bit of a confusion. [Read: 15 really easy conversation starters to talk to any guy] But you know what?
And the ones who are close to you think you need to start interacting with people more often. You may think you need to be more like one of your girl friends who finds it so easy to talk to anyone she wants to.
It’s easier said than done, but ultimately, if your crush is going to become your long-time SO, then both of you need to break out of your shells.
“I’ve struggled a little bit with being open on dates, but I would say that it's helpful to just be yourself and play to your strengths,” says Rachel, a junior at Roosevelt University.
Many of us have to muddle our way through the ordeal of dates with overwhelming people that don’t give us time to open up, until we finally, *sigh*, just give up on love. A recent study showed that watching Netflix with bae is actually good for your relationship. “When you like the same stories, shows and characters, you have a lot to talk about!
The study concluded that when you watch TV and movies or read books, you think about what's going on in the story and form opinions, which allows you to have a great conversation (or maybe argument! It feels like an immediate connection,” says Nathalie, a senior at SUNY Old Westbury, “Plus if it's something both you and your crush love, the conversation could go on forever!
Instead I had to rely on my observations and research on what shy women go through.