100 Ways to Overcome Shyness : Go From Self-Conscious to Self-Confident.
- ISBN: 9781504025201
- ISBN: 1504025202
- ISBN: 9781504020886
- ISBN: 150402088X
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (223 pages)
- Publisher: Newburyport : Career Press, 2015.
|General Note:|| 100. When You Need to Make an Apology.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; 1. Accepting Rejection; 2. Altruistic Love; 3. Anger Can MakeYou Shy; 4. Anxiety; 5. Autism; 6. Awkward Silences; 7. Awkward Situations; 8. Become a Rabid Sports Fan; 9. Being Self-Critical; 10. Best Topics for Light Conversation; 11. Being Shy as a Couple; 12. Body Language; 13. Bone Up on Your Social Skills; 14. Boost Your Communication Skills; 15. Breathe; 16. Call a Good Friend; 17. Change Your Environment; 18. Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Shyness; 19. Comparison Is a Confidence Thief.
20. Cultivate Self-Awareness21. Depression and Shyness; 22. Display Kindness; 23. Dogs Help Heal Shyness; 24. Don't Be Inhibited by Your Past Choices; 25. Don't Be Shy-Be Happy!; 26. Don't Catastrophize; 27. Don't Give Upon Yourself; 28. Don't Hide; 29. Eating in Public as a Shy Person; 30. Face Your Issues; 31. Famous Introverts; 32. Fear of Saying No; 33. Fears, Phobias, and Shyness; 34. Feeling All Alone; 35. Find a WingMan/Woman; 36. Find Your Voice; 37. Focus on Your Goals; 38. Focus on Something Different; 39. Get Some Emotional Support; 40. Giving to Others Helps Alleviate Shyness.
41. Help Someone42. How to Know Whether Your Shyness Is Healing; 43. How to Say No When You're Shy; 44. Independence; 45. Introverts vs. Extraverts; 46. Is It Social Anxiety Disorder?; 47. Know Thyself; 48. Know When to Stand Up for Yourself; 49. Learn to Strike Up a Conversation; 50. Live a Full Life; 51. Listening Skills for the Shy at Heart; 52. Listen to Your Heart; 53. Listen to Your Intuition; 54. Loneliness and Shyness; 55. Make More Friends; 56. Meetings; 57. Move Your Body; 58. No Pain, No Gain; 59. Nonverbal Communication; 60. Nurture YourSelf-Respect.
61. Nurture the Trust in Your Relationships62. OCD and Shyness; 63. Overcome Shyness With Positive Thinking; 64. Perfectionism: A Cause of Shyness?; 65. Positive Actions for Reducing Shyness; 66. Positive Self-Talk; 67. Posture Can Help You Beat Shyness; 68. The Power of Personality; 69. Primp; 70. Protect the Child Within; 71. PTSD; 72. Public Speaking; 73. Put Yourself Out There; 74. Reasons We Let Shyness Stop Us; 75. Rebuilding Confidence; 76. Rejection Is Protection; 77. SAD, Shyness, and Substance Abuse; 78. Seize Opportunities; 79. Self-Care Makes You Confident.
80. Self-Fulfilling Prophecies81. Self-Handicapping; 82. Self-Medication and Shyness; 83. Shyness and Relationships; 84. Shyness and Not Being Nice; 85. Shyness and Suffering in Silence; 86. Shyness and the Holidays; 87. Shyness as Safety Net; 88. Shyness in the Workplace; 89. Shyness Reduction Techniques; 90. Social Groups; 91. Social Networking for the Shy; 92. Stand and Deliver; 93. Socializing Tips for Introverts; 94. Spirituality for the Shy; 95. Take an Acting Class; 96. Talk to Strangers; 97. Think Positive; 98. Travel Guidelines for the Shy; 99. Visualization Helps Heal Shyness.
|Summary, etc.:|| 100 Ways to Overcome Shyness is a powerful collection of useful information, case studies, and exercises on how to manage your shyness so you can communicate with people you don't know very well (or at all) in a wide range of personal and professional settings and circumstances. Easy-to-use conversation starters are interspersed with lists and exercises throughout the book. There are also chapters on getting out of awkward conversations graciously, plus valuable tips and insights on how to deal with shyness for those with social anxiety or those who are on the Autism spectrum. Each chapter a.
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