Shy Guys are mostly reluctant to express their love to the opposite gender. Several reasons account for the shyness of these guys. It is noticed that shy guys develop a peculiar characteristic of getting isolated because of the reason that they are not able to express themselves. So what are the ways that a shy guy can express his love to the opposite gender?
The first and foremost step to apply is when you meet her, continue gazing at her. It may not help instantly but yes, continue gazing. Regardless of the possibility that she won't, keep the gaze on. You will see her drawing closer towards you. This probably has a negative effect if the gaze continues longer than usual.
Another step is to make yourself rationally prepared. If she is drawing closer to touch you, you should be well-prepared to give a reaction rather than just giving a back step because of shyness.
If at all she just slapped you on one of your cheeks(rare case), then have faith, you didn't lose your confidence, although it might seem to have, still reply with the most gracious way as possible.
In this world, there's nothing incorrect like to approach or take an initiative. Yet, in the event that you will think of her as a gift from God or as a holy messenger and that her touch is sufficient to make you "immaculate", then you are probably living a distant dream. Try making things more practical.
Have some strength. She is an individual as well. Everybody cherishes making companions. Lock in and go to her. Offer your hand for a handshake and present yourself with a certain smile and do not forget to impress with your dressing sense.
In the event that she is mentally fit, she will react with an insistence. On the off chance that she isn't, she won't care and will concentrate on her work. Nevertheless, you would not feel low that you didn't give it a try.
Last but not the least maintain a particular hygiene and smell good. Hygiene, particularly smell impresses girls the most. Along with this punctuality and respect adds a lot in approaching the opposite gender.