How come Im not shy to talk to her friend,while im shy to talk to her...?Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Actually it's not only a question,,it's question and advice.....I court her 18 june 2004,and she accept me as her boyfriend...I met her since i was 7yrs old and when I was 9 yrs old i went aboard to other country and 4yrs later i came back and saw her she was so beautifull....when i came over to her house with her friend,,I was so shy,,I was not talking with my girl for about 13min and her friend said your not gentleman(when I heard that i was so hurt)my question is,,How come Im not shy to talk to her friend,while im shy to talk to her...?and can i asked an advice..?what should i do so that i wont be shy to her,in front of her friend......?(so they wont say that im not gentle)umm it's my second time to have a girlfriend....Tnxsss,,I need the answers soon as possible
You are shy talking with your girlfriend because there's more at risk. You're afraid that you'll say the wrong thing and she'll run the other way. So what you have to do is realize that yes, she is going out with you so she's chosen to commit to you. So, you won't scare her off with whatever you say, so you can open up to her more. Treat her as you would treat her friend. Getting more comfortable with her is possible as you two date more. Eventually you want to be her best friend and same with her. Then you will be seriously dating. So just think of that as an eventual goal, and set your mind on talking with her and daring to open up more. The more you share with her, the more she's going to be willing to share with you.
-- from Jenn
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