The Socially Anxious Man’s Guide to Online Dating Part I: The Art of Making First Contact

Your first message is the greatest opportunity you have in the online dating world. The majority of men don’t get contacted by women. It is up to us to make the first move which places the ball in our court and that is an advantage for men with anxiety with Social Anxiety.

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Online Dating Guide for the Socially Anxious Man

This guide is for socially anxious men that are looking for the right women in an online setting. (Ladies’ Guide Coming Soon)

This guide will show you how to dramatically improve your chances of meeting the type of women that you want to meet. This is not a pick up manual. This guide is about genuinely getting to know a woman in order to give you the best chance at a healthy and lasting relationship.


There are 3 main parts to successful online dating:

  1. The messages you send to other members.

    • Here’s where to find details about what to say and what not to say.
  2. The right photos that make you look good.

    • Capture an image of yourself at your best so you can get the best.
  3. A self-summary that is simple, humorous and genuine.

    • This is your dating CV. This is your first chance to wow her.

No one part is more important than the other. It will take a combination of all three to be successful but unless certain steps are done right, a potential date will not move on to the next step. I have listed them in the order needed to encourage a reader to keep reading.

Everything in this guide is easy to do but very difficult to master. This will take work but the girl that’s waiting for you is worth every bit of it.

Part I: The Art of Making First Contact

Guide to Dating for the Socially Anxious Man

This is the shy guy’s manual to meeting the right girl and keeping her. If you are introverted and don’t often approach women, but want to have more success in the dating world, the tactics in this article can completely turn your luck around.

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Does Anxiety make you unfocused or does being unfocused create anxiety?

Having an abundance of anxiety can create a shortage of attention and vice versa. But which causes which?

When we’re anxious, our thoughts tend to race and be unclear. Anxiety naturally blurs our ability to see things clearly. Continue reading “Does Anxiety make you unfocused or does being unfocused create anxiety?”

Social Anxiety & The Community

In order to find the cause of Social Anxiety and Excessive shyness, we have to look deep down inside ourselves and our environment. We are directly linked to the communities we live in. Our introverted nature, as socially anxious individuals, is directly related to the environment we grow up in.

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Meditation is not Mystical. It’s for Everyone.

Meditation is just a word. It conjures images of mysticism and far off lands. The idea of meditation is intertwined with eastern philosophy and fringe science but there is another way to practice relaxing and letting go to treat Social Anxiety.

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Empathy ~ An Unlikely Fix for Social Anxiety

Fear and anxiety can dull the senses, reshape the brain and kill neurons. The loss of sensitivity includes a diminished ability to recognize and respond to the feelings of others. Social Anxiety develops from repeated negative experiences, largely due to our insensitivity to others.
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Physical Causes for Anxiety

While it is necessary to consult a doctor if you have a physical health problem, you may not have been made aware that certain physical conditions (including your daily habits) are capable of causing chronic anxiety. Continue reading “Physical Causes for Anxiety”

How Shame Weighs Down the Socially Anxious Person

It is hard to look people in the eyes when you are ashamed of your past actions. How we feel about the things we’ve done can sometimes be like carrying around a large weight  on our shoulders.
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The Practice of Letting Go

Social Anxiety is a vicious cycle. It is a feedback loop that self sustains.

The more tense and anxious you are the more your thinking is blurred and the more you react to situations without proper judgment and foresight. Continue reading “The Practice of Letting Go”