The number of people with some form of shyness has increased, and research now suggests that up to 50% of people experience shyness or social anxiety. This fascinating exploration of evolutionary psychology and the brain aims to show that shyness and introversion is a naturally evolved human trait and that shyness - rather than being a problem should be celebrated as the gift it is.
Ways to increase self-confidence and self-esteem
Practical ways to overcome shyness in social situations
Techniques to cope with social anxiety, including behavioural therapy
Tips for meeting and interacting with new people
How to have a successful conversation
Finding a romantic partner
In this warm and comprehensive guide, Ruth Searle PhD, biologist, writer and former nurse, shows that being shy can be something to enjoy rather than to fear.
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