Dating for shy people sparknotes

23-Oct-2015 01:27

Contrary to popular opinion, being an introvert doesn't mean I'm shy.I'm always excited to meet new people, find all about what makes them tick, and go out with my friends.

I consider myself an outgoing introvert, so I love heading out to parties and the like. It's different from shyness, which revolves around anxiety or fear of interacting with people.I do hate thinking back to this story because of how creepy and cringey it is.' Brotology wrote: 'At work as a student teacher.I was the ancient student teacher (26 y/o at the time, when most of the other student teachers were 20-21) and she was the cute girl who worked the Y before and after care program.One man revealed that the secret to his success was alcohol - and lots of it. Long story short, still drunk today''At first, it was just me asking her if she minded me playing ball while she was in there with the little ones.Now that the difference is illuminated, let's dive into one of the most interesting parts of being an introvert: dating as one.Here are a few things that are bound to happen when you do so.

One anonymous Redditor asked fellow users to share their tips in a post entitled, 'Shy men of reddit, how did you meet your girlfriend' and was inundated with more than 2,300 replies in less than 24 hours Another man wrote: 'We were the only two straight people in the office.' After being asked to elaborate, he added: 'Yes everyone else in our office (not the entire company) was homosexual and mostly in relationships outside of work, not with each other.

'The running joke that my wife and I had to be together because of being the only straight people. I only worked there a few months and she was a temp that started a bit after me, we just kept in touch and things worked out.'Another anonymous user wrote: 'I liked her shirt, in a group conversation after thinking about how to tell her I liked her shirt, thinking down every possible way it was going to go bad: "Hey, I like your shirt".

It worked.' One man recalled: 'I was really shy around girls I liked in high school and one day I randomly added a girl on snapchat and "accidentally" sent her a snapchat of a bag of chips saying "remember these?

" and then quickly sent another that said "sorry wrong person".

'That was my junior year and now Im in my 2nd semester of college and I'm still dating that girl.

She brings it up all the time and gives me a lot of shit for it but I still got her so it's whatever.