How to Be Less Shy Around Men

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It’s better to be “weird outgoing” than “weird shy”.

 

“Oh, she’s just shy.” This was your mother’s justification of why you turned away from strangers when you were a strapping seven years old.

Then, you grew older and moved on to middle school. All of the cool girls were naturally flirting with the boys; however, it just wasn’t your thing. You thought, “Well, I guess I’m just shy.” And once again, you retracted from social interaction.

Then, by the time you hit high school and college, it was just an undeniable fact ingrained into your mind. You were just shyer than your peers. Period.

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So, is it a fact or a fallacy? Imagine how your dating life might change if you could be a little more outgoing in social situations.

Watch this video to learn how to overcome your shyness around men.

 

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So, now that you have a clear roadmap guiding you towards overcoming your shyness with men, I ask you to actually take action. That’s right. It’s time to climb into the driver’s seat. Set a goal over the next week to meet seven new guys.

Yes, that’s right. You heard me correctly. Meeting seven new guys is your goal.

You are striving to meet one guy per day for the next seven days straight, and I challenge you to implement some of the techniques you just saw in the video.

So, are you up for the challenge? Can you commit to this? Cement your commitment below in the comments section.

Best Wishes,

Adam
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Deb
9 years ago

Adam, I promise to be more outgoing starting today. Thanks for this video, you rock.

9 years ago

This is an ode to our blog. Thanks Adam – you’re our Buddah!
x Twenty-Something Girls Across the Globe

@GirlsWhoDate

Melissa
9 years ago

Wow! I never realized that my focus on quality conversation over just jumping in and getting some quantity practice is really what is killing my game and stressing me out. You are the greatest! Thank you so much for these videos Adam!

Larissa
9 years ago

Hi Adam,
Your advice would be much appreciated:)
I mostly attract men who already have a partner, yet they never tell me. In the end I find out and feel disrespected. How do I stop attracting these unavailable men? And why are they never honest?
Thanx heaps for your help!!

Sarah
9 years ago

Adam, I’m pretty confident in myself. I’ve got a lot to offer in a lot of different ways and I don’t mind communicating with men. The problem is that I have severe social anxiety. I can communicate openly with 2 people, 3 is pushing it, 4 or more I shut down. No matter how much I try to focus on just talking to 1 person at a time, I have panic attacks getting anywhere near a place with lots of people that will require social interaction. What can I do to overcome this fear? Right now it limits me to… Read more »

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