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How to be less awkward with my girlfriend? Watch

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    Hey, So I asked her out way too early, we barely know each other. I'm somewhat reserved and shy and so is she, what should I do to kill the awkward silence and stop the awkwardness?

    Just try and ask her what things she's interested in? Music she enjoys? Films she likes to watch? Simple stuff to start with, it may even bring her out of her shell a little bit as well if she starts talking about things she's into.

    jst forget that she's there. please chexk this question out

    Maybe just spend as much time together as possible for now, then hopefully you will get to know each other naturally!

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    To be honest it doesnt seem right if its awkward. I understand the nervousness of like the first kiss and holding hands in the cinema etc.. but communicating wise i dont think it should be awkward. Just relax and act yourself, then youre not putting an act on and youl both get to know each other more and feel more comfortable around each other. Try spend more time together in different situations, like in the shops, out for meals, at each others house. Maybe introduce each other to friends. That way you get to know each other more easily than asking questions and you will naturally feel more comfortable around each other.
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