Triumph Over Shyness by Murray B. Stein and John R. Walker (172)

There’s nothing wrong with being shy. The world needs some quiet, thoughtful and introspective people. These are people who don’t shoot off their mouths first and ask questions later or perhaps never. Shy people are also reluctant to intrude and careful not to offend.

So, there are a lot of good things to being a shy person. I didn’t know that before I read this book and a few others on shyness. I wondered, what can possibly be good about being shy!  Well, a lot!

Some shy people however are miserable!  Their life is less than it can be because anxiety paralyzes them from being the best that they could be. If this is you, then you should read this book.

Many people aren’t happy about being shy. They find it prevents them from expressing themselves, from making friends, and from enjoying life to the fullest. For some people, shyness is a like an insular cocoon with no way out. Its safe and warm and quiet. However, it can also be confining, dark, and lonely. If you choose to triumph over shyness, this book will help you to break free.

Also, if you are not sure whether you are shy, by the time you turn the last page of the book, you will know for sure. Then you can actually deal with the problem.

This is another great book on shyness by a Canadian author from Winnipeg Canada!

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About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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