How Shy Women Can Meet Great Guys

In this week’s episode of LOVELife, I take a question from Sarah on whether or not guys are turned off by a woman who is an introvert. The discussion we have may very well surprise you!

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  1. Najee Wright says:

    I’m not sure if you can help me but I want to make this work so any advice is more than welcome.

    My name is, Najee, just in case you get tongue-tied by it here’s the pronunciation [Nay-gee] . I’m a 20 year-old virgin by choice, I haven’t met anyone with whom I could share mutual bond of respect and care in that way. I think I may just wait until marriage. Actually I haven’t even had my first kiss yet, because all of the guys I meet are online and in another state. I’ve little experience with guys and I’m sort of dense in that area when dealing with personal matters. I clam up around them and don’t know what to say except smile and maybe laugh. My questions are,how to be more comfortable with talking to men, especially when they have that in your face flirting thing going on? How would I go about it when the guy I’m dating, or have been with for some time, asks me why we haven’t slept together yet? And what can I do to keep his interest without giving myself away in a sexual manner? Are there guys out there that are even okay with not having sex?

  2. Devin Kinasz says:

    Hello All,

    I was at Matthew’s event in Toronto last weekend and want to put some of his techniques to work.

    Anyone want to join me at a bar this weekend to practice?

    Ladies night out where we can run around pretending men are our body guards and complementing them on their shoes.

    No more sitting at home…say YES!

    Let me know you can make it on this site. Thanks!

    http://www.gtgpracticetoronto.weebly.com

  3. Emily says:

    I’m an extrovert but usually find extroverted men annoying. Instead, I’m attracted to the quieter, deep thinkers (with an adventurous edge).

  4. Kathleen says:

    Thank you, Thank you! I seriously needed this.

  5. louise says:

    we’ll meet soon,don’t worry. you’re indeed a superhero. your hands of advice carry the strength of bringing out the best in others ;) so proud of you in this episode♥ though you are quite harsh to sarah telling her “lazy” but i couldn’t disagree either :) sometimes we need to hear the truth even if it hurts or just annoying…keeping in mind that “if it doesn’t challenge us, it will never change us” and i think Sarah felt the pressure ;) get it on honey.
    i am falling inlove with your hair everyday Mr.Hussey- it looks perfectly cute! ;)

    xxx

  6. Anita says:

    Such beautiful advice, and spot-on as always! Thanks, Matt. :)

  7. c says:

    Yeah, I agree with everything you said in this video Matt. Women & men would just get bored of themselves & their own lives if they didn’t make an effort.

  8. Harleen Dahiya says:

    Simple yet practical approach towards life and human behaviour thanks for sharing

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