So it’s a case of being aware of how you potentially can come across to other people and being conscious of what you can do to avoid this.
So small things such as smiling, keeping eye contact, asking questions, using open body language, being interested in what the other person has to say and having opinions (without being overly opinionated of course!
‘How long have you being working at…..’ instead, go for questions that encourages them to such as ‘So what was it about………made you want to get into doing that? The more you get a sense of what they’re about, the easier the conversation will flow!
Practice outside of dating If you feel that your shyness holds you back socially or when meeting new people, push yourself out of your comfort zone in other areas of your life and ideally in ways that involve interacting with other people.
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