What are the best resources for shy people?

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    DB
    Written on February 21, 2017
    Dennis Bradley
    "I am incredibly shy and having these tips really helped me with some ideas on how to talk to people. My main problem is that there is usually that "awkward silence" but the video gave great tips on what to do in conversational situations! The video can help anyone from people like me who are shyer or help refine some tips for the mega people person. I have used many of the tips in the video and I am more confident about conversations than I once was."
  2. #2
    NS
    Written on February 2, 2017
    Nicholas Sanchez
    "The Meyers Briggs assessment of personality types is a great tool and I have used it in my management of others, however it is not so simple as compartmentalizing people in to the various boxes of their personality types. It's important to remember that Meyers Briggs is just a guideline to personality type and that people are most importantly individuals."
  3. #3
    SW
    Written on January 27, 2017
    Simon Wu
    "Im very shy myself so i went looking for ways to help myself. I came across this video on YouTube and it has been very helpful. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for help on being shy."
  1. #4
    WD
    Written on February 13, 2017
    Walter Duncan
    "I would recommend this book for introverts and extroverts alike. It provides some great insight into the introvert's brain, and it definitely helped me harness my skills and personality. I have struggled with being an introvert in the past, and this book helped me realize that it can be powerful."
  2. #5
    PP
    Written on January 29, 2017
    Peter Pierce
    "Watching this has helped me alot in alot of social situations. Just learning alot of this information allows you to be more aware of the social signals you are using. It allows you to be introspective about how you act in social situations. I have learned to be more expressive in tone, facial expression, and body language."
  3. #6
    BC
    Written on February 6, 2017
    Ben Cheng
    "I have always had trouble with self-esteem, but this video certainly help me put things in perspective. For anyone who wants to stop caring what people think, I highly recommend watching this video. It helped me a lot with coming to appreciate myself."
  4. #7
    JD
    Written on January 10, 2017
    Juan Dean
    "I have been deeply shy since a young child. Many people see shyness as a harmless problem that has no real effect on the life of a shy person. However, at times, my shyness has become on obstacle to achieving success in the romantic and business world. This article has really helped me to adopt ways of thinking that got me out of my shell. I have always been very critical of myself. I declared myself the loser of a potential social situation before it had even started. This article made me realize the benefits of positive thinking. Now, before I walk into any situation, I will not count myself out."
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    DH
    Written on September 21, 2017
    Debra Hernandez
    "If you're a shy person I'm pretty sure the last thing you want is a dating service famous for its video chats. It may be slightly more comfortable than talking in person, but personally I'd prefer the video calls to be not nearly as evident."
  6. #9
    PS
    Written on February 17, 2017
    Paul Santos
    "This is great way to find like minded people in my city to participate in activities with. I joined a group and have been having tons of fun with them."
  7. #10
    RH
    Written on February 15, 2017
    Raymond Harvey
    "MeetMe is great if you're a little shy about meeting new people. It's location based so I find people in my neighborhood that have the same interests as I do, not somebody on a different coast or something. I find it's much easy to start a convo over text instead of in person, so this really helps. A great app for working on your confidence and social skills."
  8. #11
    J
    Written on January 8, 2017
    Juan Antonio Mercado
    "Great book for understanding interpersonal relationships and how to develop them, but it does not necessarily help me overcome my shyness. Great book for those who are trying to understand how to connect with others in an age where interpersonal communication and face to face conversations are at a decline."
  9. #12
    JD
    Written on February 14, 2017
    John Day
    "I love the vast selection of books. I recommend goodreads for anybody who is shy and likes to read. I can just sit back and into a world of imagination."
  10. #13
    XW
    Written on January 24, 2017
    Xiang Wang
    "OKCupid has really helped my dating life. I am a rather shy person and meeting people through conventional methods is not my strong suit. OKCupid allows me to meet people who share my interests and meet women."
  11. #14
    AH
    Written on January 23, 2017
    Alexander Hicks
    "Perhaps not a resource for overcoming shyness in and of itself, but Walden is a centuries old tome on becoming happy with oneself. Once you can accept yourself, overcoming shyness come snaturally."

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Summary

Best resources for shy people
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 7 Ways to Start a Conversation With Anyone Videos 95 Free
2 Introvert, Dear Websites 89 Free
3 [TUTORIAL] How to Stop Being Shy with Ramit Sethi Videos 88 Free
4 Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking Books 84 Paid
5 Improve Your Social Skills in Under 30 Minutes, with Ramit Sethi Videos 71 Free
6 [TUTORIAL] How to Stop Caring What People Think Videos 61 Free
7 Ten Tips For Shy People To Meet Friends Articles 56 Free
8 Badoo Apps 53 Free
9 Meetup Apps 43 Free
10 MeetMe Apps 40 Free
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