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. If she isn't speaking too much at first, it's not because she's disinterested. It just takes her a little longer to come out of her shell. Start off by pretending you have confidence in your flirting abilities, and eventually that confidence will become real. This will keep you from having the cat who ate the canary grin.Would you want to approach someone who is frowning or looking at the floor? Once you've gotten the person to come over to you, you might be afraid of freezing up. Just don't consult the paper while you're trying to flirt. When you're flirting, act interested in what the other person has to say.I'm writing this article as a follow up to the one I did on what's going on in the mind of guys who are shy and inexperienced with women. Some said that they were shy with men and several of the points in it applied to their own situation.
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And then there are the women in their mid-twenties or later who are still very inexperienced (more on that later on).
Here's a quick summary of the basic shyness issues women can deal with around guys.
Just because she's shy doesn't mean she's not confident. She simply hasn't had enough time to get to know them yet. Being the center of attention is basically her worst nightmare.
Please don't mistake being shy for not being self-assured. Please plan a small gathering as opposed to a huge party where 20 strangers will descend on her at once and freak her out.