When you see your crush you might feel nervous or butterflies in your stomach. You obviously don’t want them to know the “The Nervous you” But the real you.
So there are 7 useful tips for you to boost your confidence and impress your crush.
1. Wear clothes in which you feel the best.
If you feel you are looking good, it immediately boosts your confidence. Try wearing something you feel, you look best in and in which you are comfortable.
It can be your new watch or your favorite red dress which you feel, makes you more attractive. When you look good, you feel good.
2. Smelling Good makes you more attractive
When going to meet your crush, always carry your Deodorant/Perfume. People like men/women who smell good, and they are attracted to them more.
You never know, You might get a compliment for it too.*wink*
3. Stop Overthinking about it!
Don’t Overthink, what if you ruined it, or what if she/he rejects you. It will only make you more nervous even before the actual conversation.
Don’t demotivate yourself by thinking that they are out of your league.
Think him/her as a normal person, Just go to them, start the conversation, and go with the flow.
4. Look straight into their eyes while talking.
When you have eye contact with someone while having the conversation, the other person feels that you really are interested in knowing them and you are listening to them carefully. It makes you look confident.
5. Don’t forget to Smile
A smile can make a big difference. While talking to them Smile often, it makes you more likable and another person will also feel more comfortable with you.
Smiling and laughing releases stress and anxiety which eventually makes you feel less nervous. Plus you know, you look your best when you smile.
6.Talk about your talents and skills
The moment you start talking about your talents and skills, your confidence boosts instantly, as you know, you are good at them.
But remember don’t start bragging, it can backfire you.
7. Research a bit before, to find common conversation starters
Before approaching them research a bit, find common topics so that the conversation doesn’t fall flat. Find about their interests and add them to your conversation to make it smooth and interesting.
Knowing about them will make you more confident and well prepared for the conversation.