Hey all: I learned something so important that I have to share with all of you! I read this wonderful book called Don't Call Me Shy by Laurie Adelman. In it I found out that shy thoughts keep shy people shy. In other words what you come to believe is true for you becomes what you expect of yourself. In order to change shy behavior to become more comfortable socially you must first believe that you can. There are many ways to do it like realizing that you are much more than shy which came from an important lesson and activity that I learned from the book. It's amazing what can happen when you change how you think...I gained alot of information for my shy child (and her personality has changed so much)but the same rules are true for adults.Take care and good luck everyone!
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