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    I feel that this girl likes me, though when its only me and her in a room she always tries to exit.
    But its different when there are people around.
    How do i improve on one to one conversations?
    There is always an awkward silence between me and her.
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    Don't worry, this conversation will soon be one-on-many when some more people join in
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    You start talking to her
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    firstly, don't panic - if you panic you'll go overboard, or just make it awkward when it isn't really awkward!

    also, i'd say just talk to her like you'd to one of your friends
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    To build your confidence, think to yourself at the worst case scenario she may not be interested. Thats it. Once you break that barrier then you can easily be yourself and strike conversations. It comes with practise to be honest.
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    To build your confidence, think to yourself at the worst case scenario she may not be interested. Thats it. Once you break that barrier then you can easily be yourself and strike conversations. It comes with practise to be honest.
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    firstly, don't panic - if you panic you'll go overboard, or just make it awkward when it isn't really awkward!

    also, i'd say just talk to her like you'd to one of your friends
    This does not happen with girls i don't find attractive.
    The conversations flow so smoothy with girls i don't find attractive.
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    The reason why is because with girls you dont fancy you know that whatever you say, you have nothing to lose, so you can act like yourself. Its with girls you like that you start to become more cautious with in what you say, so that you dont say something that may put them off you.

    In all honesty just think of it as I got nothing to lose. Might as well give it a try. Youd rather see how it goes and know an answer rather than kick yourself later on in life because you didnt try.

    Good luck.
 
 
 
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