Liz wanted &#116&#111 &#101&#110&#116&#101&#114 &#116&#104&#101 mess &#104&#97&#108&#108. &#65&#108&#108 the &#111&#116&#104&#101&#114 &#107&#105&#100&#115 were &#97&#108&#114&#101&#97&#100&#121 seated &#105&#110 groups, &#109&#117&#110&#99&#104&#105&#110&#103 &#116&#104&#101&#105&#114 &#108&#117&#110&#99&#104, chatting happily. Liz was &#97&#102&#114&#97&#105&#100 &#116&#104&#97&#116 people &#119&#111&#117&#108&#100 look at &#104&#101&#114, so she hung outside, trying &#116&#111 muster the &#99&#111&#117&#114&#97&#103&#101 &#116&#111 &#101&#110&#116&#101&#114. &#66&#117&#116 her &#104&#101&#97&#114&#116 raced inside her rib cage, &#104&#101&#114 palms &#115&#119&#101&#97&#116&#101&#100 &#97&#110&#100 she felt &#97 warm blush cover her face. So she left.

Shyness during childhood years.

Shy children like &#76&#105&#122 suffer &#102&#114&#111&#109 ‘approach avoidance conflict. It means that they do want to approach others, &#98&#117&#116 &#97&#116 &#116&#104&#101 same time, are too &#97&#102&#114&#97&#105&#100 to &#100&#111 so. As &#97 result, &#116&#104&#101 &#115&#104&#121 child may &#104&#97&#118&#101 bad &#97&#112&#112&#114&#111&#97&#99&#104 &#115&#107&#105&#108&#108&#115, lower social skills &#97&#110&#100 feel &#116&#104&#97&#116 everything &#116&#104&#101&#121 say is &#100&#117&#108&#108 or stupid. Hence, shy children &#109&#97&#121 &#104&#97&#118&#101 &#108&#111&#119 results &#105&#110 &#116&#101&#115&#116&#115 &#116&#104&#97&#116 require &#102&#97&#99&#101&#45&#116&#111&#45&#102&#97&#99&#101 interactions, and may &#98&#101 perceived as less intelligent than &#116&#104&#101&#121 are due to &#116&#104&#101&#105&#114 fear of talking. Thus, &#97 vicious cycle may begin that &#111&#110&#108&#121 enhances the &#108&#111&#119&#45&#115&#101&#108&#102 esteem &#111&#102 the shy child. During later childhood &#97&#110&#100 adolescence shyness becomes increasingly &#97&#115&#115&#111&#99&#105&#97&#116&#101&#100 with loneliness, depression, social anxiety, and &#108&#111&#119 self-worth.

The shy ones &#109&#97&#121 feel tiny &#105&#110 &#114&#101&#108&#97&#116&#105&#111&#110 to &#111&#116&#104&#101&#114&#115, &#111&#114 &#119&#105&#115&#104 to &#100&#105&#115&#97&#112&#112&#101&#97&#114 all together.

Mitch’s switching &#105&#110&#116&#111 objects in The Two Tuba Switch is &#97 &#119&#97&#121 to stretch shyness a &#98&#105&#116 to make a point.

Shyness – nature or nurture? Both.

Shyness runs in families. About &#111&#110&#101 fifth of the babies &#97&#114&#101 born with a &#116&#101&#110&#100&#101&#110&#99&#121 for &#115&#104&#121&#110&#101&#115&#115.

&#13&#10&#83&#104&#121&#110&#101&#115&#115 may be caused &#98&#121 &#97&#110&#121 single or repeated incidents that makes &#117&#115 feel uncomfortable or unworthy (new day in &#112&#114&#101&#115&#99&#104&#111&#111&#108 &#115&#99&#104&#111&#111&#108, &#112&#101&#101&#114 mockery, &#98&#117&#108&#108&#121&#105&#110&#103, etc).

Modern age factors.

Increased &#99&#114&#105&#109&#101 &#119&#104&#105&#99&#104 forces &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 off the streets, smaller families, &#105&#110&#99&#114&#101&#97&#115&#105&#110&#103 use of computers, video &#103&#97&#109&#101&#115, &#97&#110&#100 TV as a form of non-human means for fun &#97&#110&#100 &#112&#108&#97&#121. These changes which may also &#98&#101 a convenient &#102&#111&#114 a shy person may also enhance his &#115&#104&#121&#110&#101&#115&#115.

&#13&#10&#72&#111&#119 to improve matters in a nutshell?

Parents must be supportive of their child’s temperament &#104&#101&#108&#112&#105&#110&#103 them feel better about &#116&#104&#101&#109&#115&#101&#108&#118&#101&#115. At &#116&#104&#101 &#115&#97&#109&#101 &#116&#105&#109&#101, &#116&#104&#101&#121 &#109&#117&#115&#116 not be over &#112&#114&#111&#116&#101&#99&#116&#105&#118&#101 by &#104&#101&#108&#112&#105&#110&#103 the child &#101&#110&#103&#97&#103&#101 &#105&#110 successful social &#97&#99&#116&#105&#118&#105&#116&#121. Mutual activities such as &#114&#101&#97&#100&#105&#110&#103 &#116&#111&#103&#101&#116&#104&#101&#114 Children’s &#101&#100&#117&#99&#97&#116&#105&#111&#110&#97&#108 &#98&#111&#111&#107&#115 about &#115&#104&#121 &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 and how they cope is another good &#119&#97&#121.

Parents &#109&#117&#115&#116 &#110&#101&#118&#101&#114 &#101&#118&#101&#114, let their own childhood memories and frustrations interfere and get in &#116&#104&#101 way! Love your children for &#119&#104&#97&#116 &#116&#104&#101&#121 are.

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