Did you know that all conversations follow virtually the same step-by-step process?The maintainer of this FAQ has not personally evaluated every article on every site listed herein and so these links should not be construed as an endorsement.Except as possible user, the author of this site has no connection with the above sites, except where noted.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist...a web site dedicated to helping people overcome shyness through education.Explores the origins of shyness, treatment alternatives and resources available to help.Public Speaking Anxiety/Phobia Group, a safe and supportive place for fear of public speaking and social phobia.This site includes links to helpful sources, a reading list, and a message board containing several different forums. Currently has 73 groups in the Mental Health Support Groups category, including anxiety disorders and shyness support groups.
In my own words, shyness is a horrible, debilitating condition that affects all aspects of your life.
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