Tips for dating a shy guy

For me, if I’m at a party, or meeting new people for the first time, I always notice the quiet guy. I see it as a challenge to get him to talk to me, so I immediately approach him, trying to make any kind of conversation.

Now, if he gets super awkward, or the conversation goes dry, I leave and don’t turn back.

This is especially true of dating advice for “shy” or “introverted” guys.

If you’re on the quiet side, that comes with its own specific set of challenges–and there’s a lot of crappy advice out there that can get you in trouble.

Unless he was in a dance class, Chou never had women flocking to him, no matter how many cooking classes, concerts, or parties he went to.

I’m not sure where this advice first started, or why it continues to circulate, but I think there’s something to be said for quiet guys in public.

You just need to know the right way of getting to know them better and getting them out of their shell.

Here are a few tips which might help you deal with a cute but shy guy.

It’s OK to remember a “ballpark” number, but don’t focus your entire game around it.Let me tell you, I couldn’t do it, and I don’t know if once you do it, it ever gets easier. He still wants to throw up every time he starts to approach a stranger, and even after the initial contact, he’s still nervous.Chou believes that the approach is only one part of the puzzle.Chou reminds guys that it’s not about the quantity, but the quality.He says that the amount of women you talk to doesn’t matter if you’re having really awful conversations and meetings with every one of them. Now, if you only talk to three women in a week or two, but you hit it off with one or two of them, then you’re doing great. Make sure that your focus is to make the best out of each singular meeting, not what number she is on your list.

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