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If you see someone you think looks interesting, try sitting next to her or near her in class. Find something to talk with her about while waiting for class to start (or after class if neither of you has to hurry to another class) - maybe something about the class or the professor. After doing that a few times, if she seems to be responding well, maybe you can try asking her to meet for lunch or to study together.
What if she moves
If she moves to another seat after you sit next to her or after you start talking with her then that is a sign that she is not interested and you will need to find someone else.
This is why I don’t sit next to women because of the potential for that to happen you can’t recover from that kind of embarrassment. Right now I’m at a smaller community college and girl sit with a open space next to me like they sit one seat down
Sometimes you have to take risks to get rewards. In high school I was afraid to ask out the girl I thought was the prettiest in our class because I figured she could have any guy she wanted. Years later, after we were both married, we crossed paths again and I told her how I felt about her in high school. She told me that she actually didn't go on many dates in high school and hinted (but didn't explicitly say) that she'd have gone with me in high school if I had asked. I have no idea whether it would have worked between us, but decades later I still regret being afraid to ask her out.My opinion is that if a girl you think seems interesting is sitting two seats away from you with one seat between you in a large classroom or lecture hall, you should try to talk with her and see how it goes.Does she sit there after you're already in your seat? And has she done that repeatedly? If so, maybe she's got some interest in you but doesn't want to show it too much by sitting right next to you. Of course it's also possible she likes that seat for other reasons, but you'll never really know unless you try to talk with her and see how she responds.
Well that’s the thing it’s always been this way so far at my community college the only women I had sit directly beside me was a way older women in her 50s out of my age range. Every other girl around my age sits far away from me or sits with open seats between me and her. It gets to me sometimes cause I feel like what’s wrong with me and why do they hate me so bad. Cause I’m a nice person. I did have a similar situation to you regarding high school there was this girl I had a massive crush on in middle and high school and years later we were talking on Facebook and I tell her that I really liked her back then and she was like I never knew. Cause once again I believed I was just gonna get rejected.
If I had to list just one thing I wish I'd done differently when I was in my teens and early 20s it would be to have made more effort to talk with girls I liked. Yes, some will reject you and that hurts, but once I started taking more risks I started getting more dates and even relationships and got more confident and it became a positive cycle.I had two dates through all of high school because I was too timid and shy. After I got more brave in my early 20s, the longest I went between relationships was about 18 months and in most cases it was a lot less.Until you gain experience and confidence, it can be hard to approach women when you don't know how they feel about you, but I think in the long run it's worth it.
Well what about the women who feel intimidated around me even though I pose no threat like I see body language in public especially women who are out with their boyfriends
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