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5 Statements to Overcome Shyness
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You Deserve To Be Happy
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In The Middle of Confusion!
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Look Away!
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Rejection Hurts – Don’t Take It Personally

5 Statements to Overcome Shyness

Nobody likes being shy. Shyness makes us feel awkward and most of us try to avoid situations where we know we will feel awkward.

Sometimes we make excuses to avoid going to social events where we won’t know many people, because we don’t want to feel awkward. In some instances, in the week before the event our spirit starts to dampen. We start to feel down, and it does not get better as the event draws closer. So on the day of the event, when we phone to say we are not feeling well; we are not lying.

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You Deserve To Be Happy

Your number one priority in your quest to make the world better is the “self factor.”

You are the most important vessel because if you get it wrong, you may replicate the same way of thinking and doing things to millions of people.

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In The Middle of Confusion!

At times in life, the human mind gets distracted from its normal course.
It becomes intensely worried and finds it difficult to make a move.
This might be the mind in its state of confusion.

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Look Away!

It is believed that sometimes humans get angry because of acts done in their presence, and or words spoken to them .

This has been and will continue to be one of the easiest ways to get your destiny thwarted.

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Rejection Hurts – Don’t Take It Personally

Rejection hurts, but it is something we all deal with on a regular basis. It doesn’t matter if it is your boss or your girlfriend or a family member – when someone you admire or love or need, turns away, it hurts.

Why do we get rejected? If we take all of the pain and emotion out of the picture, rejection happens when there is not a good match between you and someone else. It doesn’t necessarily mean that either one of you needs to change, it just means there is not a good match.

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