Your shyness can be confused with cold arrogance, especially when you look pretty.This may scare several guys off from talking to you, but the great guys will always want to know you better. They’re unpredictable because their emotions can’t be read easily, and this makes every guy try so much harder to please you. And any guy who’s loaded with testosterone loves a girl who behaves like a graceful girly girl.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.and didn’t know what to talk about with her anyway.I’ve been running this website aimed at people who have shyness for a few years now, and this is a common email I receive from shy women: Did you notice something?
At this point, things are probably starting to get comfortable- you make plans regularly, you’re in contact more frequently, and a relationship seems just around the corner.
From the standpoint of anthropology and sociology, dating is linked with other institutions such as marriage and the family which have also been changing rapidly and which have been subject to many forces, including advances in technology and medicine.
If you are a shy, quiet or introverted guy, then you will have a more difficult time getting a girlfriend than more confident and outgoing guys. Anyone who says otherwise has never experienced what life is like as guy who isn’t very confident. I was “the quiet guy.” I didn’t talk to people much, at school or anywhere. Sometimes I almost gave up hope that I could ever get a girlfriend. To have someone to share life with and feel connected to. If there was a girl I liked, then I would freeze up instead of talking to her.
And the most common answer is: “I worry that I’m too fat to date.” I’ll be honest: I’m not surprised. According to the Center for Disease Control, 69% of adults 20 years old and over are overweight and 35% are considered obese.
And yet even when the number of people who are considered overweight form the majority of the population, obesity is in many ways one of the remaining acceptable prejudices.