Dating for shy guys ebook

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You might worry that he doesn’t have any emotions, is dumb, or is too angry to talk to you.

Here are the ten things in detail he wants you to know, but may not be able to tell you just yet: He probably doesn’t talk as much as you’d like him to, and maybe that makes you nervous.

No matter the reason, being shy usually indicates a bunch of general qualities that make for an amazing partner.

Building off the following tips should give you some insight.

Introduce him to your family one or two at a time before you attend large family gatherings.

If he gets to know your family individually first, he’ll feel more comfortable during the large get-togethers.

They might be intimidating to him, or he may not know how to relate to him.

You’ve probably noticed he may have trouble talking about his feelings, even if he’s comfortable talking around you in general. Many times, shy men have trouble expressing their emotions because they’re scared that they don’t fit the mold of traditional manhood.

He’ll start to associate vulnerability with your pleasant touch. Talk about difficult subjects while driving or on a walk. Don’t expect an answer immediately, but let him know you’re willing to talk whenever he’s ready. This will “prime the pump.” Your guy probably needs some time to recharge.

Because of this, they’ve never been able to trust people with their emotions… Their observant and empathetic nature often gives them a wide range of emotions that they just don’t know how to express. Hold his hand or lay your head against his shoulder. Show him affection before you start talking about difficult subjects.

It’s possible he’s insecure and doesn’t want you to judge him by his words. Maybe he just needs time to think before he speaks.

None of these are true, and there’s likely many different reasons why a man will talk very little.

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