Aw, honey I'm over 50 and I've been married since before you were born (1992).
But I do remember that time rather vividly.
It stinks but I'll tell ya, when you get older and you look back on it, you'll wonder why you were so shy. And you'll kick yourself for not reaching out to people and at least making the attempt. In all seriousness, the embarrassment won't kill ya, and you'll start to shed your shyness.
Shyness is a real issue when you get older. You need to be able to ask for raises, to get to the front of a line to get hired, etc. Not to be rude and obnoxious, but to get what you need in life.
We see so many people come through here, and there is like a shyness epidemic these days. I don't know why so many people are lacking in self-confidence. I understand it's hard to shake that, but the teen years are a really good time to do that.