This is a weird one..... Ok I've just started seeing a girl so we don't know each other very well yet. I've always been a fairly quiet person and I'll never talk just for the sake of talking, I'll only talk if I have something to talk about. So whenever me and the new girl are spending time together, whether in the car or at home, I just go through quiet periods where we're not talking about anything so I don't really say much. This obviously leads her to think there's something wrong so she'll ask me "What's wrong?" or "What are you thinking?". Truth be told, there is absolutely nothing wrong and I'm just enjoying unwinding because I'm at home and not at work, and I'm not really thinking of anything, I'm just "zoned out". So when I get the "What are you thinking?" and it catches me by surprise I come back with "nothing really". Well she doesn't believe me and then just thinks there's some problem I don't want to talk about, when there is no problem. If you're still reading and have got your head around this, then I want to say she really is not the clingy or needy type, she just wants to know what's going on with me. Anyway my problem is that she is not the first girl I've gone through this with. Every single girl I've had any meaningful relationship with has done exactly the same thing. And no amount of saying "there's really nothing wrong" is able to convince them there's nothing wrong. So, after all that, what's wrong with me? What do I need to change so that I stop giving off the wrong signals. I am a very happy person, always smiling, I just don't always talk a lot.