Do you need to know what to do if pretty girls make you nervous? It's human nature that when you are attracted to someone, you automatically become very self aware, almost insecure because you want these pretty girls to want you the same way you want them. Simple, right? Well, the most important thing to remember is that you are who you are, and no matter what, you just need a boost of self confidence to help get you going.
- Look confident, act confident, even if you have to fake it. The number one rule of attraction seems to be confidence. Even the best looking people in the world can be less attractive if they don't think of themselves very highly. Self doubt is not attractive to the opposite sex because they want someone to pursue them. Dress nicely, make sure you look and smell decent, and try to be outgoing. If you feel comfortable with yourself, you won't feel so nervous around pretty girls.
- Get up the nerve to talk to pretty girls. There are only two things that could happen when you talk to a pretty girl, either she likes you or not. She's not going to bite you or attack you, and the worst that can happen is that you don't hit it off with that person. That doesn't really mean you did anything wrong, it just means you might not have the best chemistry with that person. You will never know unless you stir up the nerve to speak to pretty girls. If you practice enough, you will start to feel much more comfortable walking up to pretty girls to speak to them.
- Be funny, cool, calmed and collected. If you do happen to get the brush off, laugh it off. This is a slightly arrogant gesture, but at the same time a pretty girl will be impressed that you handle rejection well. This might make her just change her mind about going out with you. Everyone gets rejected sometimes, and if you learn how to deal with it calmly and smoothly, you will find that you will be less nervous the next time you want to ask a pretty girl out.
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