WARNING: This information is only for people who REALLY WANT to destroy their shyness and social anxiety, forever! My name is David Hamilton, and I was PAINFULLYSHY and SOCIALLY ANXIOUS for over 20 years. And didn’t even know that it was possible to BECOME REALLY OUTGOING and SOMEONE PEOPLE WERE LINING UP TO MEET. It seemed like there was no way out. I was super shy and awkward. Freezing up, not knowing what to do or say in almost every social situation I encountered. It didn’t matter if I was talking to guys or girls. I felt like I was weird, strange and everyone could see it. Or sometimes I felt totally invisible.
I thought that being painfully shy and nervous was something that I would just have to put up with – FOREVER. I tried lots of lots of things on my own, until one day I read a very detailed description of what someone that was cripplingly shy and socially anxious feels like on the inside. My jaw dropped and chills went up my spine. I thought “OH MAN! That’s me EXACTLY, right there on that page!” It was then and there that I decided I was going to do WHATEVER IT TAKES to beat my shyness and social anxiety – once and for all!
After 20 years of struggle, I knew THERE HAD TO BE A WAY. So I got my hands on the right information and techniques from several different expert sources, combined with what I had learned over the years, and I applied it myself to beat shyness and anxiousness forever.
How To Overcome Social Anxiety
It was hard at first. But very quickly the techniques I was using STARTED TO WORK LIKE MAGIC. I started to let go of the layers of self-doubt and social fear that haunted me for years and years. Now, all I had to do was be more of what I was already beneath the surface. After all that, there was a charming and socially charismatic person underneath that people love all along! I had finally discovered all the keys of how to to let go of self-doubt and tap into the NATURAL SOCIAL POWER that we all have. The social power and confidence that can turn you into a total people magnet, wherever you go.
I could meet people anywhere I went – whether out at a coffee shop, a bar or even grocery shopping. I could make new friends everywhere, whether at a social gathering or taking a class in school. Both men and women wanted to hang out with me, so I was making more male friends, getting more dates with women all at once. I was connecting with people like never before, and they instantly liked me! Now I WAS THE ONE introducing myself, I was leading the conversation and people were following me, instead of me following them all the time. I felt a deep and strong sense of freedom and self-confidence that I hadn’t…
There is nothing more heartbreaking than seeing a perfectly beautiful and smart child suffer because of chronic shyness. If you have a child at home that is constantly avoiding contact with other children. Because he/she is shy, you may try any of the following kid-friendly solutions to shyness. Note that these solutions are geared toward children. Who have no additional behavioral issues. That may affect their ability to interact with others. If you suspect that your child is experiencing shyness. Due to other reasons, consult with achild therapist. Or a similar, relevant professional for help.
shyness in children
1. Under normal circumstances, shyness in children can be easy to remedy if a child is part of a group.
But that’s the main problem that many parents face. Children can be so shy to the point that they don’t have a group. That they can call their own. If this is the case then you should step in. To make new acquaintances and friendships possible. Forcing kids to be ‘friends’ never works. So it would be best to create the situation and wait for your child to interact with other children. It may take a while for your child to open up to other kids. So make sure that the activity that is associated with socializing. Can be enjoyed by your child as well. If socializing will not motivate your child. The main activity will. For example, you can organize a Lego Party at home. And invite a few kids over so your child can interact with other children. In an environment that he considers familiar, safe and comforting.
2. As a parent, it can become exceedingly frustrating to see your child behaving in a different manner when there are other children around.
It is actually very easy to lose one’s temper and view the behavior as some form of disobedience. However, if we look closely at a shy child’s behavior you will find clues as to what a child is really thinking about. You have to slowly ease out what the child is feeling or thinking at the moment so you can facilitate his/her interaction with other children.
3. Some children are responsive to positive affirmations.
Positive affirmations are simply statements that emphasize positive action, attitudes or behavior.
For example, if your child is anxious about making friends, have him remember the affirmation “I am a friend machine!” or something similar.Remember – a child will only respond to apositive affirmation if the statement itself resonates and is understood fully by a child. If the child does not fully understand the meaning of the positive affirmation, it won’t work. You can start with one positive affirmation and move on to different affirmations as you move along. Of course, a positive affirmation would have no impact if the child does not have the opportunity to practice the affirmation in real life. That’s your job as a parent – to create situations and opportunities for your child to practice positive behavior and actions.
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