Dating tips for shy teenagers
One thing you should always remind yourself of when talking to a potential crush is that you don’t really know this person well enough to be losing anything by losing their interest.
While a crush can feel very real it is not based on anything more than simple attraction.
Next, imagine yourself successfully navigating the situation.
That is, imagine your ideal out come, the way you would like such a situation to play out under ideal circumstances.
Don’t worry about putting on an act or trying to impress him. As to the second part of your concern, why guys don’t come up to you, this too has little to do with your self-confidence.
People who are shy often unconsciously put up a protective barrier that others easily pick up on.
No guys ever come and talk to me and I don’t get why? A: While you say you lack confidence it doesn’t seem that way when you can frankly make statements like “I am very pretty” or “I have a good body” and admittedly have no problems making or keeping friends.
You can also open up your body language; don’t cross your arms in front of you or clasp your books over your chest, don’t keep your hands behind your back, keep your head up and make friendly eye contact with the people you want to talk to, laugh, when talking to somebody put them at ease by quickly placing your hand on their arm or by smiling as they talk to you.
All of these things are cues that you enjoy talking to people and that you are open to meeting new people.
Before you know it, your teen may be entering the dating world.
For many, raising a teenager is the most intimidating chapter of parenthood.
After all, it’s supposed to be fun to interact with boys!