She'll add her own two cents, but she'll also always let you finish what you want to say. It just takes her a little longer to come out of her shell.
Shy girls listen — like, listen — to each and every one of your thoughts with the most discerning ear. Secondly, being shy doesn't mean she hates meeting new people!
Don't call her out for not being able to make eye contact. Realistically speaking, the two of you wouldn't be able to look each other in the eye and everything would be a hot mess.
She finds joy in other people's happiness, and she expects the person she dates to do the same.
She just mixes all the words up when she speaks because meeting new people is exhausting, OK?!
Just because she's shy doesn't mean she's not confident.
Please don't mistake being shy for not being self-assured. She simply hasn't had enough time to get to know them yet. Being the center of attention is basically her worst nightmare.
She's confident in who she is and knows what she wants, even if she may not always that way. She's never been the type of person who *needs* to be in a relationship, or even someone to go to dinner with. She knows what she wants in life and she's determined to make it happen. Please plan a small gathering as opposed to a huge party where 20 strangers will descend on her at once and freak her out.
Chances are, she's always trying her best to radiate a more #boss-like persona, but in the meantime, CAN SHE LIVE?! She isn't going to waste time in a relationship with someone who isn't as independent as she is.
that's super important to her, it's because she trusts you.
How to gracefully accept a compliment is probably a thing she has yet to master.
It's actually the worst, I don't know why I wore it like this.
If she isn't speaking too much at first, it's not because she's disinterested.