Re: How to Avoid Awkward Moments and Keep Conversation
Try to talk about something she can relate too. Dreams, goals, aspirations, and ambitions. You have to break the ice in conversation, cause the truth of the matter is SHE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY EITHER! and probably feels just as awkward as you. Whenever and uncomfortable or awkward silence comes up. You don't always need to "fill the void" just acknowledge that there is an uncomfortable silence because both of you don't know what to say. This usually can be humorous and will turn it into a comfortable silence which is necessary for any person to feel comfortable around each other. Or could entice her to initiate conversation. Avoid the simple yes and no questions. When she says something, tell her your opinion about it, ask her to elaborate, or say what it reminds you of, even if it doesn't relate it will stop the conversation from dying out. Try learning new things and diversify yourself, it will help you bring more to conversations. Girls generally have a more developed right brain than guys, so anything along the lines of philosophy, arts, memories, and emotions are going to be easily related to and natural for girls to express.
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