Dating and Relationships

How to Date a Girl If You’re Shy

How to Date a Girl. In case you’ve found a potential female partner you’d like to date – someone who is either a friend or a casual acquaintance – and you’re ready to move things toward romance you must be wondering how to break the barriers, ask her out and ask her to be your girlfriend. You’ll find out when is the ideal time for a first kiss and what’s the friend zone is all about.

Listen to what she says. 0:22
How to break the touch barrier. 0:51
How to use your words. 1:45
How to ask her out. 2:56
Respect her consent. 3:37
A note about the dreaded “friend zone” 4:34
Go on a date. 4:56
Should you kiss her? 5:58
Subsequent dates 6:55
Ask her to be your girlfriend. 8:50


-If you want to befriend girls, you’ll need to prioritize their feelings too. Even if you’re not really interested in what they like, make an effort to listen to them and support them.
-Take a few little “touch risks”: touch her arm, or offer to hold her hand when you’re hanging out. Touching someone communicates that you find them attractive, and it’s also a sign of confidence.
-If you think a girl likes you, ask her if she’s interested in starting something. During this conversation, imagine that you are on a job interview. If you debase yourself and beg for a job, your potential boss won’t be impressed and will probably find your behavior off-putting.
-Once you suspect that there’s a mutual interest, you need to talk about it. Ask her out.
-If she seems unsure or says she has to think about it, don’t put pressure on her. Sometimes girls say no to gauge how a boy handles rejection. If you get upset, that’s a red flag, and she’ll feel like she avoided a bad situation.
-Some girls just aren’t interested in having a romantic relationship with you, and that’s OK. You may have started this list with the hope of finding a girlfriend, but if you like someone and they don’t like you in that way, fine.
-Once you’ve done all the above and a girl wants to go on a date with you, invite her out for a cup of coffee, a movie, or maybe dinner at a modest restaurant you both like. You might want to offer to pay. Don’t put too much pressure on the date.
-A kiss on the lips or anything more intimate is not traditional on a first date. Anything more than a hug or kiss on the cheek is generally understood to suggest that the people involved are only interested in a physical relationship.
-If you still feel a good vibe a week or so after the first date, consider asking her out again. She may expect you to initiate it rather than wait for her to do so. Assuming the date goes well, it may be time to take things to the next level.
-Once you are pretty sure there’s strong mutual attraction, ask her to be your girlfriend. You can do this in a big, creative way or simply ask her in person.

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