Real communication is keyVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I dont know if you remember me but Im the one who has a class with a guy that used to think I was a "psycho stalker". Ok so here is the deal like I said he is in my class and sits at the table across from me. We make eye contact atleast once during class and its really hard to read him you know what I mean he doesnt give me anything its kinda an empty stare. But I do have a feeling he is interested. Its just Im faced with the same problem he is always with people and I out ruled writing a letter cause he could take it the wrong way. You will probably tell me to try and say Hi and his name or smile...but Im afraid and I need tips to get over this because this has to stop we arnt getting anywhere. And for real communication is key I wouldnt be here you wouldnt be here if our parents had never talked right? So if you could just help me out with this last thing I would really appreciate it. I only wish I had taken your advice when I first started liking him than I wouldnt be in this mess! Guess its too late for that!
If you are too shy to say "Hi" to him and smile then try this.
Practice the saying hi routine on other people that you aren't shy with. Do this for a few weeks. Whenever you see someone you know well in the hall, look them in the eyes, say in a clear voice "Hi" plus their name and give them a big smile.
After two weeks of doing this you will feel comfortable saying hi to him. As you said, if our parents never talked we wouldn't be here. Do you want to be alone the rest of your life? Of course not! So you are going to have to get used to doing uncomfortable things. Start as soon as you receive this reply.
Do uncomfortable things.
Good luck! George
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One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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