What do you say to someone who does not feel comfortable around you?
Ask: What is it about my behavior -- state specific instance - that makes you feel uncomfortable? If your partner states a specific instance, suggest that you will change your behavior - and this must always be a tit-for-tat - if your partner will also change some behavior that you object to. All accomodations must be mutual.
How do you tell your inappropriate friend they have to change or you dont want to be friends anymore?
It truly depends on the person. For example when someone sneezes around me (being an atheist) that I don't know or know to be religious, I will gladly say bless you. Why because it is 2 meaningless words that will make the person feel comfortable. But each person is different, and most won't say anything at all.
He will never find out, so try to shake the shyness or even be in a group and say I like you. You could also join the group conversation and get a feel for what he's like until you feel more comfortable around him and learn more about him; it will be easier to approach him if you feel more comfortable around him.
For me, I feel really comfortable around the person, but around most people I'm shy and insecure. I feel really outgoing around the person I love, and i can tell him anything. So for me, I get nervous around crushes, but when I love someone, I'm outgoing around them<3 When you finally find out your in love you kind of feel nervous around the person you like as at present i fancy someone who has…
How to express your feeling properly to someone you felt attached to while you are very shy in nature and not the talkative kind of person?
There are many people with a nickname. They only feel comfortable if someone they like and enjoy being around calls them by their nickname and if they are not that close to the person then they feel they have no right to be called by their nickname. It sounds as if this person really likes you and therefore has given you permission to call them by their nickname. It is a bond of trust.
The best way that I've found is to focus on the other person. Don't worry about what you will say, but be confident and look around the room to see who is being left out. Go up to person and say hi, and try to make the other person feel more comfortable. Try to remember almost everyone feels uncomfortable at social gathers. Making someone else feel more comfortable will give you more confidence and you…
First of all, you have to be yourself and be comfortable around them. If you don't express yourself the guy will feel like your an annoyance because you can't say what you want to say... So basically be yourself and give hints like laughing randomly and then be secret about it. That will get him interested in you and want to figure out more about you
I think the point really is that a woman should be having sex with someone she's comfortable enough with to say anything. Besides that, say anything you feel like saying! To turn him on more, say how good it feels, or what you want. Give direction. If you don't feel comfortable with this than don't say anything, just let him know you're enjoying it! Don't fake anything: just say or moan as you want to--or…