My sons teacher told me that I have a bubbly personality and it felt great. I believe that I was born shy. I think it is hereditary and I've worked hard for the last 8 years to overcome it as much as I can. Anyway, my son is in middle school and he is extremely shy like I've always been. I volunteer in class a lot each week and one day while there his teacher was asking me if his father was really quiet. She has never met my husband. I told her no that he was actually more outgoing than I am and she was very surprised. She said I was a bubbly, outgoing person and she couldn't imagine that my son took after me. I almost fell to the floor laughing. Had this woman met me only six or seven years ago then she would have seen a totally different type of woman in me. It really made me feel good that she thinks this. I was so used to hearing people comment to me about how quiet or shy I am for soooo many years that it was refreshing to hear that I'm the person that I always wanted to be but couldn't.
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