Social Psychology Stop Shyness Now With These Simple Tips

Social Psychology Stop Shyness Now With These Simple Tips Image
Shyness is such a debilitating condition that can affect a person's every day existence. It can adversely affect a sufferer socially, at work, romantically, and in any situation dealing with people. For anyone that has had to deal with this condition, to be able to STOP SHYNESS for good is their top priority.

But programming and conditioning of a person's emotional state, often from a very young age, runs very deep in one's subconscious so it can be very hard to "stop shyness" without a lot of effort. Self esteem is generally very low for someone that suffers from shyness.

I am an introvert by nature, even to this day, but I was very, very shy as a child. I can't blame my parents, but I grew up believing that kids are there to be seen and not heard, and that it's bad to show off and have fun. Luckily, through personal development and working on myself, I am a lot more confident and at ease around people in social situations. I'm still not really outgoing (especially around strangers) but I do FEEL much more comfortable than I used to be.

I'm pretty sure that this is the same for most shy people, but what caused me to be "stuck" in shyness for so long, was being so self-conscious and afraid of making mistakes and looking foolish in front of other people. It was only when I started to "notice" other people had faults, and would often make a fool of themselves, and yet people around them didn't seem to care. I think the key was, that these people had confidence in themselves no matter what, and they believed in themselves... and they didn't care what other people thought of them.


That is the next point that I want to make... don't care so much what other people think about you. Live your life to the fullest, and have confidence in yourself. Believe in yourself and other people will respect you for it. With that respect, your improving self confidence will grow even more, and your self esteem will sky-rocket.


Accept the fact that you will not change overnight and suddenly be an extremely outgoing person. This process will take time, so start small initially by socializing in small groups of just 2 or 3. You will find that you are far more comfortable with only a couple of people and you can open up a lot more than you could in a large group setting.


If you are going out in a social setting, make sure that you work on your look beforehand. If you can feel comfortable in the way you look, it only stands to reason that you will FEEL more confident and outgoing. This means wearing good clothes that fit you well, but it also means projecting yourself with the right posture and body language also.


I couldn't have made the progress that I've made in my life without the help of self help products and personal development courses. It's very important that you work on your inner self, so read as many books on the subject as you can but also participate in some online courses. If you can boost your confidence and self esteem, the shyness will just fall away all by its self.

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You don't have to put up with shyness for the rest of your life... you can and should put a stop to it, starting now. Not only are you missing out on fulfilling friendships, but other people are missing out by not getting to experience quality time with you.

Suggested free e-books to read:

Kristine Hallbom - Psychology Of Money Prosperity Abundance
Tyler Durden - Silly Routines For Silly Chicks

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