Just be yourself. If they don't like you for who you are, they can go screw themselves for all you care.
There are more than 6 billion people on this planet right now. Some of them are bound to like you ;)
hello, okaycafe,<br />
i guess there must be some underlying problem in your life that led to your beinf socially withdrawn.<br />
some kind of therapy will help you to understand yourself better, to work out what is getting in the way of you socialising ( i recommend person-centred)<br />
meanwhile..... it is all a matter of practice<br />
chat whenever you get the chance<br />
............... even to the person serving you<br />
......................... risk an "hello"<br />
just make a start<br />
............................. that is what will build up your confidence.<br />
respect, from robbie
therapy can help you, help you move through and past that hate and pain and all that other stuff piled up in side you.
I was very shy as a child, it had to do with my dad's alcoholism. Once I went away to school and become more social, I was slowly able to change. It didn't happen all at once, though. I took a lot of hard work to overcome the 'beech' impression when your reserved.
I know what this is like. Still struggling through it myself. You are NOT alone in this Cafe. I recommend just being yourself. Conversations are about common interests and making sure you LISTEN to what the person is saying rather than how you wish to reply to them. Just practice saying hello to whoever you're working with, ask them how their day was or what they think about the work environment. Never know. I wish you much luck and success. :)
No tense just go nd **** sum girls u wll b fine
"conversating" I love that word. Consider it like an adventure, it may end up being a lot more enjoyable than you're thinking. It may be just what you need.
It will work out. You could try getting a hobby or follow a sports team. That will give you a ba<x>se for conversations. I started watching football several years back for this reason.
Just go. Things will work out on their own.