I am dating a shy guy
so a girl could like you for years without you ever knowing and asking her out. I’m speaking from personal experience as well as YEARS of interacting with shy guys who can’t seem to attract a girlfriend even though they are intelligent, not ugly, and good people.So that’s one of the four things I talk about in the video: 1.) I decided to make this video because I kept getting emails from women and girls that sounded like this: My first reaction to these emails was: “You have social anxiety and no friends and you still have a boyfriend?! In fact it’s COMMON for quiet and shy girls to still have no trouble finding a boyfriend. See, as long as a girl is reasonably attractive, there will usually be a guy willing to invest the time and effort to get to know her slowly and get her out of her shell. At best, a girl may give a guy a few “signals” that she’s interested.Usually she thinks these are obvious, but to guys they’re very subtle… 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.
A lot of the information on the internet about overcoming shyness around girls is just plain wrong.I know plenty of shy men – it doesn’t get in the way of asking out women they’re interested in, having sex, getting married, calling, going to work, and I’ve known of so-called ‘shy’ guy’s to have several women on the go.Trust me – if someone is so crippled by shyness, it will affect more than their ability to ask you out.They all questioned how interested he was in the first place.Here’s the thing – I either asked or it was already volunteered, why they did the asking, and every single one mentioned variations of: When someone asks you out, it’s not because they thought you were too shy to do it yourself.