You gotta learn to take chances."I don't know what guys think when girls show signs of liking them."Either they'll be driven crazy for the chance to be with you (as you're a fun loving, beautiful, caring girl, right? :-) ), or they'll be flattered.But you know what, it doesn't matter what we think. You have to put yourself out there and take a chance of rejection. The first few times it will be extremely painful, and it doesn't get much better. But how much is it worth it to you to be with somebody? From the sounds of it you're just like everybody else- IT'S VERY IMPORTANT!Tips? Just ask a single guy out to dinner. Yes, we can pick up on some of that nervousness that girls often have, but I'd say 99% of men will find that attractive, because it shows that you are digging him so much that you are very afraid of messing it up.Like the Anonymous User that previously posted said, you gotta practice. Just remember that you are worthy of what you want.If you need to know something else, be sure to ask here or through PM. Best of luck to you!
Practice. Practice talking to guys, random guys, do random things, put yourself in uncomfortable positions, etc. You'll only get more comfortable with experience.And if you're so desperate for a relationship, go out with that "gross" guy. Its very disrespectful to say you'd cry a river when you see a couple, but you wouldn't give this one guy who likes you a chance. It says to me you're just a hypocrite.
I dont have a boyfriend even i m in my early twenties.. I haven't encounter any boy who says he love you.. i think my problem is i m lacking social skills. Although i have my crushes i never make a first move. And i m so shy to flirt with aguy. I can't even look straight into the eyes of my crush. I think i couldnt handle arelationship if i even have one. So any ideas what should i do n what is wrong with me?
I am so desperate for a boyfriend. How do I get one?
I have never been in a relationship before and at this point it depressing me. I see so many people walking, kissing and holding hands with their... Show More