I would suggest starting slow by asking friends or family members to introduce you to someone new every once in a while just so you can practice talking to people. Remind yourself that most people are friendly, so don’t hold back from talking to a kind stranger. Don’t throw yourself into large social situations until you know you can be at ease with them.posted almost 3 years ago
I talk to everybody,as long as they follow the conversation,thats a way to be less “shy”…so for new people you have new topics,also be updated about things that are relevant to the other person to make a good chatposted almost 3 years ago
I Love How You Both Are Always Giving Great Advice. But What I Mean Is Like I Want To Go Out More And Be Invited To Events. Im Not Shy At All. Thanks Girls Once Again.posted almost 3 years ago
Hi there – what sort of events to you want to be invited to and what sort of people do you want to meet and why ?posted almost 3 years ago
I have a different outlook on this –
I am very picky about who I let into my life. Been hurt enough times, had too many insincere invitations to “go out sometime” etc.
You can tell pretty quick who is real or not and who is a good person and who isn’t. If someone seems genuinely good, associate with them. If it comes to be that they hang out with icky people, avoid the person.
There are introverts and extroverts. Extroverts thrive off social settings. Introverts (like me) can handle social settings only in small doses. Even after a fun day or friendly chat with someone I care about, I still need to be alone and “recharge”.
Not everyone is cut out for an intense social life. it is not a bad thing. If you have even one person you can really call a “friend” you are doing well. Quality over quantity. Besides that, if you are in a clique and piss off one of them, you could lose all those friends.posted almost 3 years ago
Well If Im Given The Chance To, I Would Like To Invited To Fashion Shows And Things Like That Or Just Parties People Are Having.posted almost 3 years ago
A good way to be invited to things is to actually go to events and just meet people. If you go to a party, you’ll already associate with people who like to go to parties or even throw parties.posted almost 3 years ago
I think you can also start to initiate plans (perhaps create a house gallery opening or start your own fashion show?) and I’m sure you will be more known to the social scene.posted almost 3 years ago
I’m a really shy and awkward person, but I do better at parties because I feel obligated to socialize and talk to people. My friend gave me some great advice: “fake it till you make it.”posted over 2 years ago
While in college it’s always a great idea to join clubs and organizations. When you join a club that interests you, you automatically know that the people who are in the club have the same interests as you. It’s a great way to make friends!posted over 2 years ago
Thanks, In Fact I Am In Two Clubs. In The Fashion Related Theres Only Three People Including Myself. The Other One Is Volunteering Related And Theres Many Kids From Different Grades And Different Interests So Its Difficult. I Know How To Make I Just Want To Go Out A Lot More.posted over 2 years ago