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So the door bell rings last night and the nice/cool neighbor girl is here with her friend ( in my sons class) and she tells ds their friend/classmate wants to "go out" with my son. I suggested he approach her tomorrow and request to speak with her privately at lunch so then he could ask her without all her friends right there.
When he got home from school today he bolted for his room and was pacing about and finger pressing and he looked like he could just puke. I reassured him it's normal to be nervous about it and he really wants to get together with her but he kept saying I'm just so shy!
It puts Anomo on the same playing field as Facebook: According to Sun, users open the app 18 times a day on average, as opposed to 14 times for Facebook.
And nearly all of those users are from a demographic Mark Zuckerberg is eager to win back: teens. Select an avatar and tell the app your gender and age range (95% of daily active users are between 15 and 20).
Unlike some of its competitors like Whisper, it's not fully anonymous, but shy users can mask themselves with avatars.
Unfortunately, for a young woman today, it can have a negative connotation. However, there are some advantages--a stable, loyal friend (if the partner is such) and the ability to focus more on one's life (read: education and interests) versus all that expenditure of energy in constantly trying to impress yet another new person...
Is there anything I can say to encourage D to have a more open mind?
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