The Simple Cure For Shyness

Shyness can hold you back. That’s why you need this simple cure for your shyness.

Those who are not shy won’t understand the anxiety of being in a public situation, of speaking up.

If you’re shy, the thought of approaching a girl you don’t know so you can talk to her and make her like you, might have never crossed your mind.

You’re thinking you can’t because you’ll only embarrass yourself in front of her. Am I right?

You are not alone. A lot of people consider themself shy.

How shyness holds you back

Most of the time, shyness can really get in the way of expressing yourself. Although you already know you’re a great guy deep within, but being shy restricts your movements from fully letting yourself loose.

And if you’re like that, you’ll miss a lot of things in life. You won’t be able to form new relationships easily, finding a job will become difficult, and you’ll have a tough time dealing with most people.

What that means is, if you don’t cure your shyness, it will impede your social, professional and personal life. You won’t be able to fully enjoy yourself.

If you don’t come out of your shell, you won’t hear the music and feel the warmth of the sun.

And yes, you don’t have to stay that way, if you choose to cure yourself of shyness.

You can overcome your shyness, if you so choose. A breakthrough is possible with time and effort.

If you are overly shy, you may get outside help from a therapist or counselor. But most guys can cure their shyness on their own.

It doesn’t happen overnight, but if you take it a step at a time, you’ll be different and feel different when your shyness is but a thin veil blocking your path.

You have a couple of choices.

If you’re the analytic type, you can take a step back and see what causes your shyness.

Why do you fear interacting with people? When you find the cause, you can make a clear decision to do something about it.

Don’t be your own critic.

If you don’t like how you look, you can improve your appearance. If you can’t talk well with other people. you can improve your conversation skills. If it’s something that happened in the past, you can try to get over it and move on.

You can also start listing your strengths so you have a reminder of what you have to offer when you are feeling insecure.

Why you need to expand your comfort zone

You see, getting over your shyness is just about expanding your comfort zone. Think of your zone as a circle around you. What shyness is doing is holding it back from ever expanding.

It’s easier to mingle with people who you already know but, when it comes to creating new friendships with a new face, that’s gonna be something outside your comfort zone. You’ll may feel a bit uncomfortable and won’t know what to do quite yet.

When you’re on the boundary of your comfort zone, and you have to practice dealing with those kinds of situations to make yourself comfortable.

Make it a habit of observing others and see how they’re not that much different from you.

Meet as many people as you can. If you do, you won’t feel that uncomfortable feeling anymore.

In fact, you’ll feel really good, and meeting people will feel very natural to you. Even pretty girls you’d never think of talking to before, you’ll find easier to get a conversation going with her.

And you’ll be having the time of your life.

Your shyness will become a thing of the past. Your confident will grow even more, and your insecurities and doubts will go up in smoke if you can prove to yourself that you can do it.

Listen: Curing your shyness is about loving yourself and trusting yourself more. If you can be confident and comfortable with yourself, you’ll have a healthy social interactions and you’ll fully enjoy your life.

Take your first steps in overcoming your shyness and become less shy.


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Dave A.
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