how can a shy girl get a guy to notice her?
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Original Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
i am 16 years old and the guy i like doesnt know me. he goes to my school and is in my grade. he's only in my history class. one of my best friends offered to talk to the guy i like. he told her he doesnt know me, and then she told him he should get to know me lol. he seems really cool though and hes so hott lol. he's interested in things i like, i know that because he had to stand up in front of our history class for this get to know our classmates activity in the first week of school. if you were to ask any of my close friends, theyd tell you i am a very quiet girl (at least in school). how can a shy girl get a guy to notice her?
User Submitted Advice from a 13-20 year old Male
Hey, there! I am 17 years old and a senior at my high school. I started a week ago. I have never had a girlfriend although I have female friends, but not many.
Let me tell you a personal experience. Please listen. When I was a junior in high school, I was very shy. I have never worked before, I didn't like the way I looked, and I felt very unattached to my friends. I felt like I couldn't talk to anyone. I decided to change all of this. I decided that because I love swimming, I wanted to be a lifeguard at our local waterpark. I started lifeguarding in mid-July. While on the job, I said hi to as many girls and asked how they were and so on. Like George said, it is for practice. I was very surprised that they were nice. That is why I was very shy: I had a fear of being treated poorly. But this was not the case. This was a lot easier than I thought. This helped me a great deal.
Then I decided to change myself to look more attractive. I chose a particular hairstyle that I liked and it came out great. I also brought nice-looking clothes.
Now, I shower every morning, brush my teeth, style hair, wear cologne ( a little is enough ), etc.
For the first time in a long time, I have finally started to love myself more as a person. I've became more confident, more outgoing, more attractive, made new friends, and developed better skills at various things. I don't care what other people think of me. It doesn't matter. What matters is the way you see yourself and how you show yourself to others. Believe in and trust yourself.
I hope you could relate to my experience. I sincerely hoped this helped.
Best of luck!
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