Achieve Your Dreams, the world’s pre-eminent site for supporting and promoting men, presents another insight into assisting men to find an attractive female lifetime partner.
This blog is intended for single and unattached heterosexual males over 18 years, looking for a monogamous relationship and caters to divorced, widowed and separated men who are looking to start another relationship.
Some men can feel very isolated and alone, especially those away from family and friends, or those divorced or separated or otherwise estranged from a partner. This blog may help those, but is applicable to everyone, male and female.
If you are shy and reserved it can be hard to make friends, let alone find a lifelong partner and if you are introverted the challenge and energy required to be around people can be daunting. For the introverted try to pace yourself – schedule social forays every 3 – 4 days to give you enough time to recover.
Shy and reserved people sometime wait for others to issue invitations, but they rarely come, and this is for a variety of reasons that has nothing to do with the individual. For the shy and reserved it can become a vicious circle the less they mix the less the chance of meeting anyone and the more the likelihood they will form the belief that no one likes them. If this a problem for you spend the money and get a relationship coach – it will be the best investment you ever made.
Even for the shy and reserved, they can smile and that attracts people, be easy to be around, and they can say hello and show interest in others they meet on a regular basis – at work, sharing hobbies, interests, at church or the people serving them in a shop. It takes practice, but it is possible and well worth the discomfort you may feel at first. To be successful at anything in life you must move outside your comfort zone. Dale Carnegie, in his book How to Win Friends and Influence People advocates this piece of advice, “You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
When you show interest in others they will usually show interest in you. Smile and give a genuine compliment and that often starts a conversation. If you find something in common, always issue an invitation – the other person may not accept immediately, but they will know you both share a common interest.
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Good luck on your journey