You can't expect to change your personality overnight, but you can change over time.At first you may be uncomfortable trying some of these tips. To keep your smile from looking fake, think of a funny memory or a beautiful sight from your past.Start off by pretending you have confidence in your flirting abilities, and eventually that confidence will become real. This will keep you from having the cat who ate the canary grin.Would you want to approach someone who is frowning or looking at the floor? Once you've gotten the person to come over to you, you might be afraid of freezing up. Just don't consult the paper while you're trying to flirt. When you're flirting, act interested in what the other person has to say.Style your hair in a way that you think is most flattering on you. Most shy people are not comfortable in tight or revealing clothing, so don't think you need to wear it to make yourself get noticed. Shy or not, most people can tell if a person is not being genuine when they're flirting.Don't pretend to be an expert on mechanical engineering just because your crush works in the field.If you are one of these shy girls, you have to understand that everyone gets rejected, but you have to put yourself out there to find that one person that is worth the risk.It's hard at first, but you will build confidence the more you try.
”) and self-doubt (“I’m not good at anything.”) and/or over-confidence (“Well, I thought I could do that.”) and of course moodiness (“Leave me alone.”). It is a time to really begin defining ones self and realistically contemplating the future.During adolescence, kids need their parents more than ever.Research shows that a positive family environment including fun family activities, open parent-child communication and the encouragement to participate in positive extracurricular and community activities, teens are able to navigate these years with relative ease.Skill development is accelerated to prepare for college or job training programs. Social skills are honed and relationships take on more of a serious nature.Peer pressure is at its max and in today’s teen society there are more tempting sidetracks than ever.