Just letting the girl feel comfortable to share her interests and open up. I feel when I'm meeting new girls its more of a 60/50 on my part.
Most Helpful Girl
It takes a lot on both sides. Being a shy girl myself, I can promise you that being with me has been hard on my boyfriend. we have been together almost a year and a half now and sometimes its still hard for me to express my feelings and be completely open to him. It took me a good bit of time to work up the guts to flirt with him and from there it just built, its the little things: listening, paying attention, kind actions, opening yourself to her as well, sometimes just him being there... Over time drew me to him and showed me I could trust him and try to open up to him1
Most Helpful Guy
First I think it helps to step into her "bubble", like physically place yourself almost uncomfortably close to her, not opening up across a dinner table, e. g.
That close proximity somehow helps everything related to opening up, makes it somehow more comfortable and easy for both. Then you can just kind of open up about yourself, expose your fears, vulnerabilities, life dreams, things you wouldn't just casually talk about to any person. Hopefully she follows. This is the one time where you're kind of allowed to talk a lot about yourself and not come off as obnoxious. It's a sharing time.0