How to deal with eye contact from girls

Discussion in 'Dating during a Reboot' started by atak, May 3, 2017.

  1. Matrix Intel

    Matrix Intel Guest

    "Youthful days of naive optimism" you say? Yet, if a male complains about being lonely and single, he's told to "man up" or be "positive." Damned if you do, damned if you don't, so I'll just choose my way anyway.
     
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  2. Did the eye contact look something like this?
     
  3. Second_chance

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    Man i hardly can look you straight in the eyes when i talk to my friends, i always feel the eyes are so judging when they look at you for more than 3 secs. I find nearly impossible to win an eye contact with a stranger. I hope i gain confidence after no faping.
     
  4. aingdk11

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    Just smile at them simple as that
     
  5. PasterofMuppets

    PasterofMuppets Fapstronaut

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    Look at them for a few secs, raise your eyebrows and look to the roof, then look at them back and smile with your lips shut.
     
  6. I Free I

    I Free I Guest

    Yes .
     
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  7. The Wrestler

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    Hold eye contact and smile. If you're feeling playful and the situation warrants it, throw in an "I know, right?" look or a double-eyebrow flash. Eye contact is great for building relationship, even between complete strangers. I'd only say it's awkward if you stare and do nothing with your face and body - that's creepy.
     
  8. Buzz Lightyear

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    It's about not wasting your time and being over-eager.

    There's a middle ground to passivity and cold approach; be observant at all times, in the present, and when you see the slightest interest reciprocate... and only if you're interested [never approach for approaches sake unless you are doing it for an exercise to get over 'approach anxiety']. It's the difference between a natural and artificial approach.
     

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