Women like confidence and surety, so sweating and being nervous doesn't help the situation. You need to first improve your confidence a little. You must not think of sexual things or of rejection, which is strange yes? But that's what makes you nervous, so, you must alleviate your tension by thinking of the woman asexually for now. It will relax you as if you were talking to anybody else. Thus you'll look confident. There's the forward approach, and the passive approach. The upfront, flirtatious approach only works for confident men and even then, a lot of women don't like the forward and obnoxious approach. You don't have much confidence so you should go in passive and when you're comfortable later on in the evening start flirting by simply asking if she's taken or not. and so on.
As for conversation starters, just ask the simple things eg. what do you do for a living? Ask what she likes to listen to - nothing too personal in the introduction. Try to find common ground early on to move into deeper conversation. Women enjoy chatting so it should go well if you ask the right questions. But read her body language so as not to be led on, she could just be being friendly.
Lastly, you're thirty so I can assume that some of the women you try to talk to might be in the brooding stage and are subconsciously looking for a suitable mate to raise a child eventually, and if so they'll be scrutinizing you more than normal to see if you have any suitable qualities.
My very first forum post... Okay, here's what I think. Firstly, don't let yourself feel too isolated about your virginity situation because it's really not uncommon at all, I in fact happen to know a few over thirties who are virgins - so in other words, don't let that inhibit you further or cause you to develop anxiety issues. Secondly, maybe start reading books or watching more tv - give yourself some more general topics to discuss when you do meet someone worth talking to, and then pull out your own interests - think of it as a warm up conversation.
Dolphins and animals are awesome so I don't know why you're not attracting anyone... Maybe you're too obsessive about it? Maybe you're only talking about that and not giving up enough information for the woman to decide whether or not she likes you?
You need to work on your shyness a little - some women really like shy guys, but perhaps you are far too shy. A little eye contact and/or a firm handshake in a greeting can really do wonders. Hope I helped!
Oh I'm on-topic on much stuff, I just never find a good entry for a talk I think... I feel a bit like Raj in "The Big Bang Theory"... just without the solution to drink alcohol to get loose... it's ot working for me: I mostly get sick directly. I can talk to girls, but my prob is to find the startingpoint... my shyness to engage in talk with an unknown girl is petty bad :/
No, I mostly avoid that topic. But they make odd faces if they see my car (dolphin on the backwindow) or my phones backgroundimage). And I wonder why.
What kid of information? Please tell me what is for them important? And what is an icebreaker in general?
Hm, eyecontact is okay with me, but I can't remember that it ever leaded to talkig or handshaking... I think I really need a good way to avoid my shyess to kicking in and a good icebreaker to start a talk.
1. Feel good about yourself. Nobody want a relationship with someone who does not like himself. 2. Treat women as human beings, not as possible mates. So be interested in them because of who they are, not because you want to have sex with them. 3. Online dating. Select a few ladies, start dating. If things don't work, move on to the next. Keep trying until you succeed. Nothing wrong with seeing several ladies at once, as long as you cut it out when you get serious with one. 4. Don't waste your time on possible relationships that go no where. Rule of thumb: If you don't have a first date after 30 days of first contact, move on. If you still don't know if things are serious by your third date with the lady, move on. 5. Always be honest, but try to sell yourself. Flirt.
1. I just don't like my voice, maybe thats what annoys the girls? 2. oh I do, my shyness won't let me ask "excuse me, fucking?" even under alcohol totaly rude. I think that's a pro for me? Online I can speak a bit more freely but I don't forget my good behaviour... atleast I hope. 3. Doing that since a few month. I must admit that I haven't got many replies yet. Neither a personal date. I think thats another problem: I have no training in meeting new people and dating them... I think the average guy does that while he is.... 15 or 16? 4. Do you think that 30 days are enough? How serious are you with that? 5. That's it, I have no flirt-experience. I have seen movies, tv-shows and videos on youtube somehow explaining all the nice tricks but if it comes to use it with girls in reallife all is gone and back is my shyness. Kinda seems like I've fear in front of women...
1. bullshit. If they don't like your voice, it is their problem. If you don't like your voice, change it. And if you can't change it, accept it and be happy with it. I have turned myself a bunch of disadvantages into advantages. 2. You don't have to be an asshole. Just don't treat women as sex objects, they will sense it if you do. They are HUMANS with all the same feelings you have, including being not sure about things, or having likes and dislikes. They are not whores or godesses, they are humans. Treat them as such. Don't grovel, don't be a macho. Be relaxed, try to have a good time. 3. I started dating real late in my life, and I made up later on. You plunge in, make a number of mistakes and learn from them. And you keep going. Dating is about having both a good time. 4. Completely serious. You can only mail and chat so much. Move to having some coffee or lunch in 30 days, or move on. After 30 days you are not a potential partner, you are the new best gay friend. There are plenty of fish in the sea. If things don't work out, there are still zillion great, interesting, lovely ladies out there. 5. Try it out on a few lady friends. Smile and compliment them. That's about it.
You seem to be overcaring. Dont stop caring, but stop showing it. If you ask 20 girls out, 1 is bound to say yes. Also I see a bit obsessiveness from your way of explaining your experiences. Stop giving an equal chance to the past and look at the future. People are not worth to be taken into account with all their time lapses.
Dude. there are roughly eighty million people living in Germany as of date. How could there not be any single women sharing any of your interests in your country? It really doesn't sound like the problem is that women doesn't share your interests - it sounds like the problem is that you can't talk about anything but dolphins. Even if you DO meet a woman who is as interested in dolphins as you are, chances are she's going to want to speak about other things during your hypothetical dinner date. How could she possibly get to know you, if all you do is talk about dolphins?
The dolphin thing just sounds like an excuse for your lack of social skills. It's great to like shit and have hobbies but don't be totally obsessed. Even if a girl liked dolphins, like a lot, she'd be turned off if you had a creepy unhealthy obsession with them. Hopefully it's not that bad. I know tons of girls who love animals of all kinds and adore zoos and outings and stuff like that so there must be some other reason why you are having problems. I'd probably have to meet you to tell you personally, but it seems like you have low self esteem and are awkward. Why don't you make an effort to reconnect with the friends that started talking to you or figure out why they left? Or why that girl friendzoned you and didn't even consider dating you?
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