All Blog Posts Tagged 'shyness' (3)

Raising a leader starts at home

Maybe, like me, you wonder how to help your child develop character traits that will take them far in life. Would you want your child to be brave? Or charismatic? What about a leader? Read how to help your child lead.

Added by Lauren Markman on October 16, 2013 at 9:22am — No Comments

An Unexpected Sappy Post (You’ve Been Warned….)



So I got that old familiar pit in the bottom of my motherly stomach again yesterday.  It happened when I dropped my son off for his first day of Sports Camp.  Yes, it's that same ol' dreaded feeling I seem to get whenever I leave my timid little guy in a strange new environment.  You see, unlike his mama, he's quite the shy type, and it takes every bit of my willpower not to play the…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on June 19, 2012 at 8:47pm — No Comments

A Curtain of Shyness

When people actually meet me, the last word they would use to describe me is ”shy.” Vivacious might be a good one, or outgoing, maybe confident…but never shy. I am the person that will walk into a cocktail party, chat up total strangers and have many acquaintances by the end of the night if not a best friend. But I hate doing it. I am the… Continue

Added by Lanita Moss on July 9, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments

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