In it, Laplacian discusses the demographic problem facing today's young men in the American dating market.
The supermarket or the shopping mall may be less attractive as potential singles meeting grounds, however.
True, the romantic image of the supermarket may consist of meeting the man or woman of one's dreams in the frozen food section: you and he (or she) smile at each other, your hands brush as you reach for the T. dinners, and the next thing you know, a wonderful conversation has ensued.
Start by conditioning yourself to talk to random strangers, whether men or women.
By striking up conversations with people in public, you’ll be putting yourself in a position to meet others naturally.
The basic premise behind this idea is related to exposure therapy.
You condition yourself in small increments to the thing you fear to overcome that fear.
Throughout recorded history, introverted guys have dreaded asking girls out. But if you think it's tough to make a romantic gesture today, you should be glad you don't live in the technologically-challenged past.
Guys used to have to physically approach females and, you know, talk to them to get dates.
When the symptoms of shyness or social anxiety kick in, the only thing we want to do is disappear.