Shyness Junkie: How to Overcome Shyness

Shyness Junkie: How to Overcome Shyness

by Howie Junkie


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From the Desk of the How-To Junkie for the "Shyness Junkie":

Howdy friend, who wants "to overcome shyness,"

Shyness is like a disease that deteriorates your quality of life to feeling helpless and useless. Take for instances:

- Do you not have many friends (or none for that matter) because of your shyness?
- Do you flee in the presence of the opposite sex because you sweat and get nervous?
- Do you miss opportunities to get ahead because you're afraid to make the first move?

Being shy is the number one cause for our lack of initiatives when comes to connecting and networking with our fellow men or women for job, friendship, relationship, and, above all, success.

As a result, this contributes to our social anxiety, which is triggered upon being around others due to our own inner fears and insecurities of being judged in how people may perceive us - which is not case to at all. The fact is, other people are also occupied wondering about how they are coming across than to be judging you.

When it comes to shyness, we are our own worst enemy - imagining the worst about ourselves. What you need to learn how to do is silence that voice in your head to overcome shyness and take back your life now! Here's how!

By being a "Shyness Junkie," you will know:

* How to stop being shy when you feel it creeping up.

* How to uncover all the causes for your social phobia.

* How to battle and conquer your fear of social settings.

* How to improve your conversation with other people.

* How to make friends to start out with this one powerful tool.

...and full-satisfied junkie more.

Like most people, if you suffer from shyness, you will experience social anxiety in some shape or form on a frequent basis, and do you want it to control your entire existence for the rest of your life? Get rid of shyness now!

Signing off. Your friend,
- The How-To Junkie

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781533533036
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/28/2016
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.13(d)

About the Author

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Shyness Junkie: How to Overcome Shyness 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
HMChristi More than 1 year ago
Shyness Junkie: How to Overcome Shyness was a quick read that had me on way to becoming a social butterfly at a recent party I attended. Quite the difference from the wall flower I have been at past parties and events. It does the job of getting you in gear in a way that many of us shy people really need. Being shy can be really hard! It has caused me to miss out on many opportunities and interactions over the years and I made the decision that this party I was attending the other day, would not be anything like the others for this shy girl! I put some of the exercises to use and what do you know??? I was the hit of the night and even made a couple new friends in the process. Great book that really helps! Grab it and come out of your shell today! Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear!
Samantha Markham More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. It had some wonderful ways to help improve anyone that has shy tendencies. It’s written with a conversational tone which makes it an easy read. There are some words that make me think the writer never dealt with any shyness, but the overall message was fantastic and well written. There were moments I was questioning the author, though. Like with Self-esteem Junkie, there were moments where the author was trying to use a sort of “tough love” method of pushing the reader to do the suggestions within the book. I think it’s a terrible idea to force someone who already feels insignificant from their inability to overcome their shyness as is. Even though the author tried to make it sound friendly and helpful, it came across as “Hey, you suck because of your shyness. You should do this so you can be cool, or no one will like you!” There’s even a section in the book that says, “If you’re negative on social media, no one will like you.” That is a huge red flag for me in any book or type of writing. That’s not what a self-help book should be advertising. Besides that, though, it did have some helpful tips to boost one out of shyness. I like that the author started with the reader having to learn what it was keeping them shy in certain situations. Nothing will help you change something about yourself if you don’t know why you’re doing it. In the end, you’ll just keep going back to that trait you tried so hard to get rid of. I’m giving this book a 4 out of 5. There were some grammar mistakes that could have been fixed prior to publishing, and the “tough love” portion of the book is too off-putting to give it a 5 out of 5. Either way, it does have some great tips and can be helpful if the reader can get past the negativity generated from some of the comments within it.