I love writing about relationships, love, romance, and flirting. I hope you find the advice in my articles useful. Dating a shy and introverted guy can be challenging because a girl will need to take the lead and make the first move. However, it can also be a blissful, enriching and pleasurable experience once a woman learns how to make him comfortable around her. Intellectual conversations, unlimited sweet romantic moments, cute expressions and honest body language are some of the things we will use to get him out of his shell. Even if you manage to get a shy guy to like you and score a date with him, don't expect him to take the lead by making all the plans. A shy guy will lean on you and ask you where you would prefer to go as opposed to an extrovert who will suggest a great place for a date.
The matchmaker would sort of think through all of this, put two people together, and that would be the end of it. So in my case, I thought, well, will data and an algorithm lead me to my Prince Charming. So I decided to sign on. Now, there was one small catch. As I'm signing on to the various dating websites, as it happens, I was really, really busy. But that actually wasn't the biggest problem. The biggest problem is that I hate filling out questionnaires of any kind, and I certainly don't like questionnaires that are like Cosmo quizzes.
However, when it came to communication and just how he treated me in general, this guy was years ahead of some of his something male counterparts. Dating him was remarkably easy. He was the first feminist guy I dated. He was sensitive, aware, and incredibly thoughtful. Lack of emotional baggage is a good thing. We had very different relationship experiences. With almost a decade on my side, I definitely had way more dating experience.