Shyness (also called diffidence) is the feeling of apprehension, lack of comfort, or
awkwardness .... Shy people avoid the objects of their apprehension in order to
keep from feeling .... In line wi...
Apr 6, 2010 ... The brains of shy or introverted individuals might process the world differently
than their more extroverted counterparts, a new study suggests.
A - At the individual level shyness is a bad thing. In the sense that it will never be
usefull to be ... What makes me think being shy is something you can unlearn :.
Shyness is the opposite of being at ease with yourself around others. When
people feel shy, they might hesitate to say or do something because they're
Dec 23, 2013 ... Driven by a fear of rejection, shy people often engage in self-sabotage to prevent
themselves from growing closer to others and avoid social ...
Apr 8, 2011 ... Shy people appear to be vulnerable and easily taken advantage of by .... in
groups and makes it very hard to meet people/.sensitivity is a part of ...
Aug 21, 2001 ... "When shy people hear that (statistic), they always say, "I thought it was .... you're
approachable it makes it easier for people to approach you.
The best way to meet people is to actively seek out places ... because
complimenting others makes you feel good, too.
Avoid smirking, sarcasm, and bringing a lot of friends (it makes you look like a ...
You would be surprised at how much shy people can blabber once you get ...
Jun 23, 2014 ... If they could interact with people more comfortably, it might be possible to
modulate the other symptoms of their developmental disorder.