really worried, helpVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
So I really like this guy haha of course
And Ever since the first day in that new school ive liked him
I walked in the door and he was the first person saw we made eye contact and he made my day. So we have made eye contact many many times
and ive never talked to him.
yesterday I decided to gather up the courage a
To talk to him online. he was the first to start the conversation. We talked for hours. Now the problem is that I have to talk to him in person but I'm scared to the point where I wish I had never talked to him. We are currentoy on spring break so i have 2 days to think and the thing is that im really shy specially around my crushes! I would really appreciate some tips on how to approach him to say hi and talk to him. And specially not to be nervous and make a fool of myself infront of him...thanks so much!!
He is probably worrying about the same thing for himself.
Everyone feels nervous when meeting a crush for the first time. Just expect that you will feel nervous and shy. You can even tell him that. Telling the truth is the best way to overcome nervousness.
One thing to do is to smile as much as you can. This will make you feel more comfortable and make him happy too. Don't expect to have a long conversation. Just say that you enjoyed talking with him online and give him your phone number. Then say goodbye and say "See you soon" and his name.
Look him in the eye and speak in a clear voice. And SMILE !!
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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