Will I always remain quiet and shy?
Last Updated: 01/11/2021 at 9:08pm
Amelia Winsby, PsyD
I often work with clients who experience a wide range of emotions and difficulties. I am non-judgmental and enjoy working with individuals from all walks of life.
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no my dear, if there is a will there is a way. Once you finally decide that you are 100% fed up with being shy, you will start to step out of your comfort zone slowly. You just gotta believe in yourself :), and remember we listeners are here to support you x
In a Short answer, No. I have always been the quiet and shy one in my life, but I have found that as my self esteem gets higher, your quietness and shiness will adjust.
If that is what you want! It's not a bad thing to be, If you want to be more outgoing however I would suggest joining clubs or participating in upcoming social events.
Some people are naturally extroverts while others are introverts. Some shyness therefore comes from your personality. If it's starting to become a problem in your daily life, there are ways to cope and to change.
That depends on whether or not you choose to go out of your comfort zone. If we want to experience something new then we must try something different. I was always quiet growing up because my mother never liked too much noise, but as I got older all that changed and it feels good having gone out of my comfort zone, living life, making mistakes, getting in trouble, realizing who i was, and who i wanted to be and figuring out ways of how i could get there. It's never easy, but it gets easier..
It's different for everyone. I was and kinda still am a very quiet and shy individual. I've always been that way. I will open up if I'm comfortable around you and once I get to know you. I was known as the quiet and shy girl at all through school and even now as an adult and that's because I wasn't comfortable with myself. As more time passed by, I learned to open up and come out of my nut shell. It just took the right people to help me do so and to be honest my boyfriend of almost 5 years helped me overcome a lot including my shyness. It may take you just a little more time. I can't say that it will happen for you in the way that it did for me, but it's possible.
It's up to you. I know some people that remained shy all their life, while others have bloomed into social butterflies. It's your life to live, and you get to choose how you wish to live it.
No I will not always remain quiet and shy. One day there will be REAL ME out and of course.. I will shine and dance.
it's depends on yourself you want change or not, it's not bad to be quite and shy but too quite and shy is bad
Possibly, but remind yourself that it is okay to be a more reserved person. Being quiet and shy is sometimes a good thing, so try to think about the positive side of things. You are who you are; embrace it and accept it!
That's entirely on you! Being quiet or boisterous; welcoming or shy, these are just traits that encompass you. It's endearing to be shy, it shows a person who can really look into themselves and by proxy others around them to make others comfortable. And to be quiet is such a rare trait, to listen and to learn without injecting yourself as the center of every conversation is admirable. Whatever path you take, choose the one that makes you grow in better ways.
While there's nothing wrong with being quiet and shy, you can take an active role in becoming more outgoing and social if that is something you would like to do.
No, don't worry about it! As you progress through life, you will gradually gain more confidence and overcome your shyness. Right now, you may feel like you are unable to express yourself as freely as you want to, but it's okay! Take your time to let yourself grow as a person -- no need to rush things. It's okay if you feel like you're not able to come out of your bubble yet. You will find your voice eventually -- I'm rooting for you! Life is a journey, and you are the main character. As you walk through this path of life, you will develop into the person you want to be. I wish you the best!
No it just takes time to build on your confidence you work at it in your own pace and then you'll see how your confidence begins to shine
There's a good chance you will always be quiet and shy. If you don't like that, only you can do something about it.
First of all there is nothing wrong with being quiet and shy, if however it makes you uncomfortable at times you can always try to start treading out of your comfort zone one step at a time. A change in personality is hard and takes effort, but the fruits of your effort will last.
I think this depends on the actions and procedures you take. If you choose to do nothing about your quietness and shyness, I do not think there will be much improvement. If you, however, work on your weaknesses and take initiative, you will most definitely feel better regarding this matter. I used to be quiet and shy, but after going to a speech and debate camp (thanks mom) I felt a drastic improvement in my confidence and public speaking. This may not help everyone, but it certainly worked for me ;)
If you are naturally a quieter more shy person , you may always have a tendency to be that way . Depending on circumstances though , ones behaviour can change a lot over time . It would depend on whether or not you're happy with the way you are at the moment . If so that's awesome , if not and you would like to be more outgoing , that's also awesome . Although you may have a tendency to shyness , with time and by challenging yourself to small goals you can definitely become more outgoing
No. Not if you choose to not be. You can BE anything you WANT. You are your own person. If you want to change then simply change. I use to be that shy girl and when I grew out of it, because I couldn't take the way people were, people were actually proud of me.
That question is up to you. You can remain quiet and shy if you don't try to overcome it. I'm currently struggling with social anxiety for seven years and I'm still working towards being more social. It might take some time but if you really want it. you have to go for it.
I've noticed that as we grow up, we learn to grow out of that. This is because as adults, we can't not speak up. If we don't speak up, we'll get walked over, and naturally, becoming louder and in turn, more confident, is natural. A lot of shyness also comes from self esteem. As adults, we soon only have to rely on ourselves. Everyone changes as they grow up. You will, too. Short answer is - No, you won't remain shy and quiet.
First, there is nothing bad about being the way you are. Being loud and confident isn't bad either. There is good in everything. Second, if you really don't want to be, you can easily change, with dedication.
No, you will not. It's a high and low, actually. One day you might feel very good about yourself and be energetic and more outgoing than usual. On others you may feel tired or just like you don't want to talk to or interact with anyone. Self esteem grows and shrinks with all experiences you've made and challenges you've mastered.
Not necessarily! We, as humans, grow and change a lot over time, and we are always capable of reshaping ourselves as we move through our lives. It might not be easy to overcome being shy and quiet, but it's certainly not a fixed personality trait that never has the capability of changing. If you can, push yourself to be a little more outgoing every time you're in a group setting. If you think you're not the kind of person who would go to an event, try going to it and proving yourself wrong. Once you surprise yourself once, you know that you can surprise yourself again and again.
There is nothing wrong with being quiet or shy. Quiet, introspective thinkers are so incredibly wonderful and beautiful. You don't have to change yourself into anything. But generally speaking, people come out of a lot of their quiet/shyness as they age and become more comfortable in their environments.
It depends on if you wish to be. It takes a lot of time and effort to break out of your shell and be more open, but it is possible.
That's up to you and the reasokning behind being quiet and shy. I'm always quiet and shy around people I just meet, once I get confortable... it's hard for me to stay quiet. Haha. So it just depends..
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