Dating tips for introverts will help
This is true, but handling this situation isn't as simple as you might think...
In hindsight, this is probably why I had a tough time finding relationships and mainly just casually dated (AKA hooked up during movies before it was called Netflix and chill). When I was asked on a legit date, I would put it off for as long as possible, until finally giving in, and then considering cancelling it about 100 times a day until the absolute last second before it happened. Avoiding dates because you don’t like small talk and you’re more comfortable in your bedroom is not a great idea.So, if you do choose to initiate, do so only during the early stages of dating, that is, until he builds his confidence and comfort around you.Once this happens, you will need to gradually assume a less assertive (more traditionally female) role, because he will then be more liable to get bored with you, wonder if he could do better, consider his other options (the perception of which his newly-found confidence will likely inflate), fool around, etc.Introverts gain energy from being alone and having "me" time.You obviously don't have that on a date, but you can have it before. Instead, let things flow, and don't stress over small silences. Of course you should aim to be friendly, polite, and respectful, and you should definitely make yourself talk and all of that.If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
So it is acceptable for you to initiate with a shy guy. The problem with male shyness is that it wears off in specific situations.
A shy man may never become courageous enough to approach women in general, but he can eventually grow comfortable with a girlfriend or wife.
For introverts, the worst thing about first dates is usually the conversation part - small talk is painful and getting to know each other isn't our favorite thing at this stage. Like a lot of introverts, I sometimes find myself with nothing to say in a conversation - or, I have things to say, but they're random and weird and probably not the best date topics. " If they say, "So how do you know (mutual friend)? So, when I was younger, I always preferred seeing my crush around my friends or when I was with a friend.
If you find yourself lost and you hate the silence, then just ask them whatever they just asked you. If you're nodding and agreeing, then why not bring that friend on your date? Ask the person to come hang out with you and a few friends, or meet up with them later on. The "bring an outgoing friend" doesn't work for everyone.
They would talk and laugh with my crush, and I would end up feeling depressed, convinced my crush liked them better.