Can you help me become more outgoing?
October 23, 2008 12:58am CST
I am always so shy around alot of people and in 1 month I will be leaving for San Fransisco and I am going to be around another persons family and I am nervous how I am going to act?? I need help Losing up and If you can Give me some good tips on that I would Appreciate it.. Thanks Crissy
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27 Oct 08
oh about this discussion... to tell you the true,i always shy ,and now i shy too,i do not dare to asked teacher wuestion ,when i do this ,i will red in the face ,i do not know why ?and my ear always turn red too. so i do know how to deal with this question so i always have a lot of question on my book,god ,could you help me?
25 Oct 08
You have asked "How am I going to act?"..... My advice is to place the emphasis on the word ACT here cristis! These people have never, ever met you before, so they don't know you're shy! You can reinvent yourself to be the person you have always wished to be when it comes to a social gathering and they will never know the difference. The only way to break habits and self beliefs like this is to step out of our comfort zones and what better way to test the water's than in a situation where nobody knows you well at all. Good luck with the trip!
23 Oct 08
All confidence is faked anyway! I think the reason for people being shy is mainly because you're too worried about what people will think of you. You shouldn't! You should just relax, be yourself and don't worry about anything. Just be yourself, act polite and take part in conversation. People will show you more respect and treat you better if you seem confident and comfortable in yourself.
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23 Oct 08
Shy, huh? Just by looking at your profile pic, I wouldn'tve guessed:) Well, just relax n be yourself! I was shy, then realized a person is a person! Shyness is a form of insecurity, worried what other people will think of you! If they don't like you, to hell with them, they don't have any impact on your life than if you never met them! So what's to worry about, you're you, and that's all you can be; so open up! Taripre$
23 Oct 08
Me as a child, I was always shy, even shy of relatives. The only people I wasn't shy with were my friends and teachers. I guess you need to start talking to them just a little bit, like start answering them all the question they ask you in more detail other than yes and no. I guess as you grow older your body will get over it.