Shy Nerdfighters


Shy Nerdfighters

Do you feel awkward with other people? Have trouble making conversation? This is the group for you. We understand how it feels, and we won't make you talk unless you feel like it. :)

Members: 1125
Latest Activity: Apr 10

Discussion Forum

Do you like being shy? 43 Replies

Started by Hannah Thom. Last reply by Cindy Willow Nov 26, 2013.

Introvert, Extrovert, or Ambivert? 3 Replies

Started by Stephanie O. Last reply by Maggie J Oct 31, 2013.

The Picture of Shyness 24 Replies

Started by Ali M. Last reply by Stephanie Scobey Jul 28, 2013.

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Comment by Jonah on March 17, 2014 at 8:32am

I won't really talk at all until I actually am in a conversation then I will never shut up.

Comment by Jaiya McMillan on March 16, 2014 at 1:33pm

After you meet me I won't shut up and I'm kinda annoying, but I won't walk up to you and be like hey. :D

Comment by Antonia on February 24, 2014 at 9:19pm

I'm actually really shy, but I like starting conversations and I get kind of outgoing once I'm interested in something

Comment by Kyofu Amano on February 20, 2014 at 3:07pm

Facebook is my social life. 

I only post drawings.


Comment by Stephanie A Reis on September 12, 2013 at 9:06pm

hello, I'm a little shy when it comes to meeting new people even though I do love meeting new people. But if you want to chat with me or friend me, go for it.

Comment by Nive Asokarajan on August 30, 2013 at 11:08pm

I think I'm more an introvert than shy. I can talk to people that I don't know too well and I don't walk away from public interactions cringing. But I find it hard to make new friends; when I go to parties I tend to be the one hanging round in the corner and only talking to the people I've known a long time. I feel really uncomfortable starting conversations with new people - and the aura of discomfort just means that they don't make the first move either! When I do manage to click with someone though, I can get along really well with people. It's just getting over the first step that's hard! (Although for some reason, seems to be infinitely easier online...)

Comment by Andrew Fadel on July 3, 2013 at 12:33pm
I am with you.... although my social anxiety causes me to always say the wrong things around people. Makes it hard for people to get to know the real me.
Comment by Maggie J on June 27, 2013 at 6:37pm

(Make that 'socially outgoing' instead of extroversion.)

Comment by Maggie J on June 27, 2013 at 6:35pm

I couldn't agree more. I suffer crippling social anxiety face-to-face, so I also love to hang around with the shy and introvert. For once, you don't have anyone judging you by how you talk - because you don't have to! And I'm really not much of a talker. Except by computer or text - in that case, I ramble... and ramble... and just for a change, ramble some more :P I prefer to observe people from afar, sometimes thinking about what they're saying so much, I kinda forget that I myself really exist until they direct something at me. Rediculous, I know, but after a toxic friendship, I'd prefer to observe people before I chat with them to avoid another incident. But now it's become kind of a bad habit. And as for those rowdy extroverts, it's a lot better to just avoid them for quieter people. Like my nerdy friends and I. Well, SOME of us... :P

Comment by Cecilia on March 8, 2013 at 11:59pm

I just want to tell everyone how awesome they are. Because; I would sooo much rather be surrounded by shy people, than those damn scary extroverts. Shy people are so sweet and humble (and well, I'm introverted and shy so I understand you) (: *happy* ^^ And (including introverts here) they dont push conversations. I can sit together with shy (or introverted) people and just.. read, or draw and enjoy being together not because we joke and make each other laugh, but because we genuinely enjoy each others company (: So shy people, introverts, be proud because you are the best people in the world! (: ^^ 


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