Dating multiple people is one of the best ways to find the perfect match for you.'And by perfect match, I don’t mean someone who’s nice to you and looks good on paper, I am talking about finding the best person for you,' said Olga.'Many of us tend to settle for guys who cross our paths and look like good boyfriend material but we don’t actively get out of our comfort zone to find the best possible match for us.Nearly 50 percent of adults in the United States describe themselves as chronically shy, and an even larger number are single. Jacobson shows us that dating happiness isn't just for other, more outgoing people--it's for us.These numbers prove what we already know: There are a lot of us sitting home alone, letting the dating world pass us by. In The Shy Single, New York psychologist Bonnie Jacobson outlines her breakthrough program that helps shy men and women securely maneuver any social situation. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. The item is complete, unmarked, and undamaged, but may show some limited signs of wear. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. Jacobson's extraordinarily popular shyness workshops round out the "coach's corner" advice for shy daters on how to: -Work a room and get past awkward introductions-Participate in dinner conversations and bridge uncomfortable silences-Ask someone out-End a date gracefully 223 pages. A well-cared-for item that has seen limited use but remains in great condition.
The insights are substaniated by anecdote and studies, with emphasis on informal and some formal case studies from the author's clients.At the heart of the book is her confidence-boosting plan for managing the three stages of a shyness attack, a dating profile quiz, journaling exercises, cumulative courage-rating scores, and real testimonies from Dr. Jacobson's extraordinarily popular shyness workshops round out the "coach's corner" advice for shy daters on how to: Work a room and get past awkward introductions Participate in dinner conversations and bridge uncomfortable silences Ask someone out End a date gracefully Handle sexual advances The aim of The Shy Single is not to make us un-shy, but to enable us to function despite our pounding hearts and sweaty palms. This is not a book you read once then suddenly your cured. I know that I'll be re-reading, leafing through, and referencing different parts of this book as I use this and other aides to overcome my shyness.Most single women who are dating will complain that finding ‘Mr Right’ is like looking for a needle in a haystack.