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FAQ on Coronavirus and Mefi : check before posting, cite sources; how to block content by tags. Help me make a great first impression with my girlfriend's friends. Help me not just survive, but make a great first impression plus a couple other complications. So it's been 3 months or so now, and her birthday party is soon. There are going to be anything from people depending on how many people show up.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: meeting my internet bestfriend gone horribly wrong😭💔
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FAQ on Coronavirus and Mefi : check before posting, cite sources; how to block content by tags. Help me make a great first impression with my girlfriend's friends. Help me not just survive, but make a great first impression plus a couple other complications. So it's been 3 months or so now, and her birthday party is soon. There are going to be anything from people depending on how many people show up.
It'll be at the condo for a few hours, then to a bar for more drinks and dancing. She's been single for about a year I think before we got together. Our relationship is pretty strong, we communicate very well with each other, and apart from one pretty intense, emotional conversation that bothered both of us a bit but we acknowledged we had to have it , everything's been going really well, just assume that.
We hang out about twice a week,; I sleep over once, sometimes twice, a week she has a roomate who I get along with well. There are a few challenges about the party. She is a very extroverted, out going person; makes friends in 2 minutes with everyone. I, on the other hand, am mostly average to shy, but do have moments of brilliance when it comes to sociability.
I'm not at all inept; I consider myself pretty skilled at conversation, can pass the ball back and forth, ask great questions or else I would still be single , but I mostly do well with just a 2 person conversation. People almost always like me, but it's more of a he's such a good, polite, smart and quiet guy, as opposed to she's such a buoyant, bubbly person!!! While I don't have superclose relationships with my friends, she does with her friends.
They are really important to her and play a big part of her life. So of course I want to make a really great first impression. She did unnecessarily point out to be that she'll be mingling, etc. A few introductions, and I should be good to go especially after a beer or 2, just don't abandon me all night.
Some harder stuff. She said she's pretty affectionate with her friends - she usually goes around hugging her guy and girl friends, with her arm around their waist while chatting, and wonders whether that will bother me or not. To be honest even I don't know the answer to this question. I only hug her and my immediate family, I don't like people in my personal space.
I don't think she's a huge flirt and will behave inappropriately either. I of course said if it were ever an issue I'd let her know sometime AFTER that night, and wouldn't make a big deal out of it or anything, it's just something that we'd discuss and see if there's something we can work out.
She's also a little nervous about my seeing that side of her. She is a couple years younger than I am, has a pretty good job and is single well, unmarried and does get drunk not irresponsibly - they take cabs, it's always groups of close friends and enjoy herself with her friends and go dancing etc. I am not worried about her cheating at all, and see nothing wrong with this.
She just worries a bit that I'd be put off by that this sort of night happens probably every few months, so it's not a big deal to me. Even if it were, that'd be my problem, not hers.
Since I don't dance, I'd probably join them at the bar for another beer or two and leave them to have their fun. I guess she's worried because we are pretty different in this way. But it's an opportunity to meet her friends, get along well with them, in the future we all hang out together, and maybe even I hang out with her guy friends alone doing guy stuff, because that's how things generally develop. We have acknowledged that we are pretty different in lots of ways, but similar in important ways too wanting a family, financially responsible, believe education is important, sense of humour, sexually compatible, etc.
What tips can you give me? Should I just be myself and hope they like me? Should I try really hard go way out of my comfort zone to try and be much more sociable? What about the physical affection thing - everyone has different standards about how much they're comfortable with, so I know it's either I'm comfortable, or I deal with it because it's my problem and not hers.
I don't want her to change anything about herself. Any good success stories, anecdotes? Do you think we are too different to make this a success? Be yourself. Don't get drunk.
Don't be clingy. There's nothing else you can do. Why wouldn't you just be yourself? Nobody likes someone who tries to put on a show by pretending to be who they aren't. I feel you on the being shy and less social than her bit that's me too , but really, just relax and be yourself and don't overthink it.
She's obviously in to you, which tells me her friends will like you too. Sodas are your friend when you're out of your comfort zone. Just be yourself. I do think it'd be odd for you to leave the party without your girlfriend. It's one special night, her big birthday party 25 people is a lot - you should suck it up, stay until the end of the night and take her home.
Unless she doesn't want you there, in which case Nurse your beer. Basically stay sober. Be yourself, it'll be fine. Think of it this way: if your relationship has legs, those friends will get to know what you're really like soon enough. Don't go out of your way to be unlike yourself. You already know you can carry a conversation once it's started, and if she's been saying good things about you to her friends, they're already primed to like you.
There are probably other quiet but charming people in that crowd anyway. Go and have fun. About the physical affection thing: it's okay to be uncomfortable with that, and to ask her to turn it down. On the other hand, it's okay for her to refuse to do so.
How you guys resolve that is probably going to be a both-of-you thing. Don't go hugely out of your comfort zone as it will send the message that this is how you are and you're setting yourself up for trouble later if you're not actually like that. Have a drink in your hand but sip it slow. Get a little loose at the very most. Laugh at jokes. This is supposed to be fun, so have fun.
Also, a thing I have learned from a similar set of experiences: If you're going to be meeting that many people at once, you stand a pretty good chance of forgetting names.
This is one of those weird social cues: You're not actually expected to remember everyone's name but it is the done thing to feel bad about not being able to. So it's usually a decent idea to be a little self-effacing but not self-deprecating - there is a difference and when introduced to a new cloud of people, have a quick way of saying "So, just a quick thing - I'm a little scatterbrained sometimes and I'm meeting a whole lot of new people tonight so if I have a little trouble with names I apologize in advance.
It's a politeness thing. Also echoing what TPS said above: Don't leave early on her birthday. Until you know these people a little better I'd advise against leaving early without a concrete reason, a prior commitment, whatever. This may all sound a little silly but it is an awesome thing when your significant other's friends like you. Sometimes it is a necessary thing to jump through a few social hoops. God no. What matters is you like each other and you like being in a relationship with each other and you want it to work.
Sounds like you've got that down. You'll be fine. Good luck! If it were of course I'd stay the entire night. I considered leaving the bar early because if I don't dance, I wouldn't want her to be out there with her friends worried about whether or not I'm bored, etc.
But what do other persons think about not staying the entire night? You know, I'd bet you anything that she's also talked to a bunch of her friends to let them know you're a little shy. This should in no way be read as an encouragement to abdicate the responsibility to be social and engaged, but: I would guess a bunch of them will also be making an active effort to be friendly to you, at least in the early stages of the party.
Should I try really hard go way out of my comfort zone Yeah, man! I mean, be yourself, but becoming more social is like physically stretching; you do it incrementally over a long period of time, constantly trying more and more to mingle in ways you previously found difficult.
Yes, be yourself. This is how relationships between people who are so different work -- you talk it out if it's a problem and you check in with one another to make sure it's not. If anything, it seems to me that you both might be over-thinking it. You're both so concerned about how the other might react that you may be trying too hard.
Don't do this. Also remember, if her friends are normal well-adjusted sane people they are coming into this situation wanting to like you. You are someone important to someone they care about. So it's not really about you doing something that dazzles them -- it's just about not fucking up. So be your normal self -- that's the person your girlfriend is interested in -- and don't freak out.
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She and I are already in a groove. So when we start hilariously cracking up over something you seem to be painfully on the outside of, just let us have that moment. I am the only person she knows she has to respond to immediately with the exception of maybe her mom. Consider this your free time to go do whatever it is you want to do on your own. Let us have our face masks and wine and cheesy rom-coms.
Even after you've gone out a few times with a new woman, you haven't sealed the deal until you're in good with her girls. Why should you care? And if you're really interested in your new girlfriend, then you're going to have to live with them. If she's been in bad relationships in the past, the friends will look for negative personality traits in the new guy, Coffey adds. A woman's friends are wary of a new boyfriend because sometimes the girlfriend disappears once she gets into a relationship, says Michelle Callahan, Ph.
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