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If you live with social anxiety disorder (SAD), or simply count yourself among the chronically shy, chances are that you will find yourself tongue-tied in these situations.
Fortunately, there are many ways to meet people that do not require you to display wit or charm on cue.
Very kind and understanding, I'm usually pretty quiet at first with new people, but I start getting more talkative if we start to hit if off with some interesting conversations.
I'm looking for a girl with a very kind personality, who is honest and loyal to the guy she likes.
Best of all—you won't need to try out any pickup lines, as the family friend date can be arranged through your mutual contact.
Your friend or family member can arrange a blind date, or you could go on a double date to make the first encounter less stressful.
Please don't mistake being shy for not being self-assured. Please plan a small gathering as opposed to a huge party where 20 strangers will descend on her at once and freak her out. If you are chronically shy or suffer from extreme social anxiety, you may have trouble developing romantic relationships.Traditional spots for meeting partners such as bars or the the local supermarket require you strike up a conversation—a task that can be difficult if you have severe anxiety.Don’t overlook groups to which you already belong, such as your church or neighborhood association.If you have not been very active in attending events organized by these groups in the past, try helping to organize their next event.