Even if they may seem themselves as successful, they still don’t see themselves as sexy.Deep down, they believe that a woman could never be sexually interested in them.A lot of shy guys appear to deem that their lack of social confidence is the result of their shortages in terms of success, status, looks, charisma or sexual experience.

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Not all women are born social butterflies with the guts to walk up to a man and start a conversation.

Obviously, the solution is weeding out these automatic thinking patterns and replacing them with more accurate ones.

It’s a step by step process which entails: This is a just a gross outline of the process.

So, in this article, I’d like to share with you my most important findings.

Generally speaking, shyness is the result of an overestimation of the risks social situations pose for you.

These guys feel anxious in social situations and they feel particularly anxious around girls, especially the ones they find attractive.

They have trouble engaging in conversations and keeping them going, they hide their sexual side, they are often invisible to the girls they like, and if they’re not they often get friend-zoned by these girls.

But what these perceived risks are exactly, why they are perceived and what they signify varies from one person to another, and it varies based on gender as well. On average, they are significantly more important for them than they are for women.

I discovered that shy guys have two limiting beliefs in particular, which feed their timidity. Men are especially competitive, achievement-seeking and results-oriented.

This is why they regularly try to compensate for their alleged lack of sexual attractiveness by being extremely nice with girls they like, paying a lot of attention to them or buying them expensive gifts.