Why I Like Being Shy

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People are all too quick to point out what shyness “takes away” from a person. “You need to talk more”, “If only you were more confident”, “You need to join in more” and so on. This can lead us to feel “if only I wasn’t shy”.

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I write to heal myself and others. laurafoxwriter@gmail.com

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I write to heal myself and others. laurafoxwriter@gmail.com

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