Alright so there are a bunch of posts that pretty much say the same thing about being shy so I hope this isn't super repetitive. I am kinda young still but I feel like I'm never going to get over my shyness. Most of the time I hate it so much because everyone comments about it. Some people think it's cute but I would honestly rather be outgoing and fun than just cute and have people almost pity me because I get so awkward. Being shy has lead to deeper issues. I recently started drinking and I've found that I loosen up and become more talkative when I drink and I like that feeling. So now I feel like I should drink more to be more fun. I know thats really bad but it seems like an okay fix for now because I dont have a lot of other options. Also, I just started a job as a hostess and I've only been there a couple weeks and the managers are already telling me I'm too shy. Sometimes I'm okay with people telling me that but not in situations like that where I can't even hold a job because I'm too shy. I got fired from a job last summer because I was too shy. It's just really frustrating because sometimes I really want to change but other times I want people to be okay with who I am. There's more to talk about but this is already pretty long. If you have advice that would be greattt
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