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Thoughts on how ‘shying away’ is often an invitation to socialize

The other day I had a conversation with someone that got onto an interesting subject.  Being sort of a shy person, and suffering through its unique problems, I’ve found I have great compassion for shy people.  I make great effort … Continue reading

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The main solution to the ‘rift personality’ and oversensitivity is management

It seems to me that the main way to deal with oversensitivity and the ‘rift personality’ is in management.  In the ‘rift personality’ this comes naturally, in the form of the ‘crib reflex’ as I call it, of naturally putting yourself … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the shy character and oversensitivity

THE SHY CHARACTER Normally, shyness is looked at from a social point of view.  This makes sense as that’s where its effects are often felt the most seriously.  But shyness can be more than that.  For many of us, it’s more … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how the female appears from a shy male perspective

In the past some odd years I have been thinking a lot on the female and how they have appeared and behaved in my life.  Unfortunately, it’s not all that impressive.  Only in the past little while have I begun … Continue reading

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