How to Talk to Girlfriends

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I've had 2 girlfriends in my life so far.. and they were pretty short.. it was for about a month each.. everytime i was with my girlfriend i couldn't make up a conversation. I barely talk on the phone cuz my mind just goes blank, and im shy when im with them. But when im with my friends.. im all excited and stuff..

can u just give me some advices on how to start up conversations? not those where i talk about what we have in common or those stuff. ive searched the internet for advices and my friends, but their useless. this is my first time putting up an entry so please help me out. thanks. Advice
If you can talk easily with friends then you KNOW how to talk. You already have the skills! What you have is nervousness when it's a GIRL you're talking to so your skills go away. You learn to be less nervous with your girl. She should be your BEST friend, not someone you do 'special conversation techniques' with! If you're too nervous to talk to her, it's time to relax more. I have a how-to on talking -

but you really don't need it. You know how to talk to friends. You just have to remember that your girlfriend IS a friend and stop treating her like a barbie doll :)

-- from Lisa
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