Are You Shy?

Are You Shy?

Scared Speechless: Children with Selective Mutism

Children with selective mutism desperately want to speak.

Why Extraversion May Not Matter

If extraverts make better leaders, why isn't Robin Williams president?

Overcoming Shyness and Social Anxieties

Successfully combat social tensions by stepping out of character

Therapy for Social Anxiety Changes the Brain? Study Says Yes

Social Anxiety Therapy: Can It Change Brain Waves?

Anxiety Problems in Relationships, Part I: 3 Habits That Invite Anxiety

Anxiety diminishes personal power, undermining ability to sustain love.

Introverted? Shy? How the World Misperceives Us

A mix of personality types brings different skills to an organization.

Career Counseling for the Neurotic

Should our neuroses factor in to our education and job choices

Seven Ways to Say “No” and Keep Good Relations

Set your boundaries without feeling guilty.

Extraversion and the Single Person

Are single people more likely to be introverts?

Show Off Your Social Self

Set your shyness aside and let your social self shine through.

26 Quotes on Feeling Awkward

Even famous people feel awkward sometimes. Here are some quotes.

The Ostrich Trap

Break free from parasitic social fears and dark moods.

Are You Pee-Shy?

A cup runneth over.

Do You Speak Up When You Should?

You won't believe how few people make complaints, even when it's justified.

Icebreakers 101: Seven Tips for Getting to Know Anyone Anywhere

Shyness, especially at college and in the first years after, can be conquered.

Essential Secrets of Psychotherapy: Jung's Typology, Eudaemonology, and the Elusive Art of Happiness

Why do introverts and extraverts have such difficulty relating to each other?

Social Phobia ≠ Shyness

Tackling the misconceptions about Social Phobia.

What’s the Worst that can Happen?

I discovered that being bold could have enormous rewards.

Why Is Self-Acceptance So Hard?

We think if we punish ourselves enough, we'll change.

Secrets of Psychotherapy (Part 3): What's Your Psychological Type?

Why knowing your (and your partner's) psychological type is important.

Five Keys to Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence

Ninety Percent of High Performers Possess High EQ

Introversion vs. Shyness: The Discussion Continues

Teasing apart the difference between shyness and introversion.

The Dating Games: May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

Evaluating the success rate of pick-up lines

Reality: I Know What It Isn't

Are Feelings Facts, and Who Cares?