You’ve likely heard, “don’t be so shy!” and “learn to chill out!” from your well-meaning friends and family. But have they ever explained HOW to do this? Have you ever put any time and effort into the problem, or is it just so uncomfortable that you stop thinking about it and hope it magically goes away? Thinking about anxiety is unpleasant, but avoiding the thoughts altogether will not improve your situation.
Through this week-long email course, you’ll learn about how and why your brain overreacts, how to prepare in advance to deal with social anxiety, and how to begin the process of turning it down. Anxiety and shyness do not have an on-off switch. But we can learn to turn them down enough to survive. You just need to make the choice to work on it a little.
Can you spend ten minutes a day to work on something you’d like to improve? Of course you can. Momentum is key, and training yourself to analyze situations logically is crucial to reducing how much things rattle you.
Each day you’ll receive an email with information to ponder, and an exercise. It should take less than ten to fifteen minutes if you focus.
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