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    Popular! Shake Your Shyness Top Rated
    A site dedicated to helping people overcome shyness through education -- providing information on the origins of shyness, tips for overcoming shyness, recommended readings and an annotated listing of relevant websites and treatment resources for children and adults. Provided by a licensed psychologist who has learned first-hand how to overcome shyness. Lots of solid, well-written down-to-earth tips on this site.
    http://www.shakeyourshyness.com - 12-Mar-2002 - Hits: 2968 - Rate This | Details
    Popular! Social Phobia
    The Social Phobia/Social Anxiety Association (SP/SAA), a non-profit organization, was officially organized in 1997 to meet the growing needs of people throughout the world who have social phobia/social anxiety. Information about social anxiety and social phobia, fact sheet, and support groups in your community.
    http://socialphobia.org/ - 18-Jun-2000 - Hits: 7292 - Rate This | Details
    Problems Related to Social Phobia
    People may wonder why a person would have a real problem with shyness. Many have viewed shyness as a less than serious problem in life. However, lately, those in mental health fields are more understanding that social anxiety can be severe--such as with a social phobia. Normal life can be hectic enough, but with extreme shyness, and not wanting to deal with people on a social level, a person may risk serious psychological problems. In this article, Dr. Hauser lists some of the problems and discusses how a change has come about in understanding social phobia.
    http://psychcentral.com/lib/problems-related-to-social-phobia/00069 - 8-Mar-2006 - Hits: 187 - Rate This | Details
    YEAH YEAH Out Loud
    Empowering kids to discover their inner “cheer” leader...YEAH YEAH Out Loud, a children’s self esteem tool for use in early learning environments (3-8 year olds) is “launching” its’ home grown (Vancouver, WA) efforts. The core of this compared to others is two fold: 1) YYOL sends the message early as a foundational building block that when the going gets tough, you are your own best “cheer” leader; vs. a fix it later remedy. 2) The YEAH YEAH Out Loud theme helps the child realize the “cheer” leader lies within.
    http://www.yeahyeahoutloud.com - 2-Jul-2008 - Hits: 445 - Rate This | Details

 

 

 


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