Instead of talking about yourself
on a date, focus instead on the other person. Don't feign interest;
be genuine by being eager to know more about your date. That
way, you can remain your shy self, without ruining the date.
Ask questions. Be nice and polite.
Dating shyness can't be that bad, you don't have to be
the Extrovert-of-the-Year to score points on that first date!
Figure out what makes you shy.
Deal with provoking situations as you would a math problem.
Do it a step at a time. If you feel tense being on blind dates
and having dinner with a complete stranger, then don't. Why
not go into cyber romance first?
Get to know somebody by emailing,
chatting or even text messaging. If you feel comfortable enough,
you can meet up later on, right? That way you wouldn't be too
shy once you see him/her up close.
So you see, being shy doesn't
mean you should miss out on the dating opportunities at your
feet. All you have to do is to work your way around dating
shyness until it works to your advantage. It's nothing really
harmful as long as it's a natural part of your personality.
Besides if your date really does like you for who you are, it
won't matter if you're outgoing or extremely shy.
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