Why is a grown up man so timid to look a woman in the eyes?
As a young man I found it difficult to look straight to woman's eyes.If I try to, my eyes will begin to blink repeatedly and she will see it. I am wondering, if I was born naturally with shy?
You're afraid of rejection or believe your eyes will reveal all.
It's been said: "The eyes are the window to the soul."
Maybe you believe direct eye contact makes you too vulnerable. Only children and young adults might be viewed as being "shy".
However for most people avoiding eye contact causes them to believe you're distrustful, lying, or attempting to hide something.
Wow!But this happen to me each time am with ladies both old and young. And when talking with old men too. Lying is against our family rule. So I always do my best to be truthful. I really don't understand it. But I am free with children and men.
Thank you for the table.
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