At work a coworker of mine introduced me to this guy who is shy as well. At first there was only silence..lol, but we finally started to chat. We went on one outing, and it was as friends. But now at work he sometimes criticizes me, and calles me weird. Even though he is mostly silent and I try to start a conversation. He is really confusing me, because he continues to walk by my work area and looks for an oppertunity to chat with me. I am interested in finding out more about him just as a friend, but he says rudely "No offense but your questions are weird". These are usually questions like,"who do you think is the greatest influence in your life", or "What was the best advice you have ever gotten". I personally see these as relevent questions to ask anyone. Do you guys think this is a normal part of shyness? Even though he seems like he wants to chat (standing in my work area staring at me..lol), do you think I need to just not chat with him because of his ever so often criticizm and rudeness?
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