I know thats a really faggy question, but Im serious. It's like I have no problem interacting with guys, however with girls its different. So I thought about it for a while, and honestly, I dont consider myself shy. I mean sure maybe the first time I meet someone Im slighty, but who isnt. Anyways I continued to think about it and what I concluded was that I have a million things to relate to with guys like sports, video games, car talk; yah know all guy crap...but when it comes to girls I dont feel like I have anything to share with them thats interesting or maybe Im wrong and I am just looking for the ideal girl in my eyes with similar interests in the wrong places. Still just the same I think I should be able to hold a convo with them regardless, so yea thats my problem. What do you thinks wrong with me lol
How do I get in touch with my femine side?
I guess the idea is to find some kind of common ground. Theres certain things that the vast majority have and are capable of talking about...friends, family, where you come from, career path, music, etc etc. In the process of talking about these rather base things just look out for any hint of joint interests that you can talk about.
I used to just fuck it if I couldnt think of anything and talk to them just like I was talking to a guy and see how it goes...aint so bad for me though I guess cos I dont like cars or sports (sometimes girls talk to me about that stuff though and I want the earth to open up and swallow me :scream_cat:).
> sports, video games, car talk
Is that really all you talk about with your friends? Because that's not all you talk about here. In fact, you write long essays on realationships, which is a primo subject of interest to women.
You IM with women? What do you talk about?
I don't buy it. I think you're just nervous about dealing with women in-person. You need to keep pushing yourself. You will become more comofortable with it.
<i>Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.</i> -- MLK
She gasped and she sighed and she called my name.