Understand the difference between shyness and introversion
Many people confuse the concepts of shy and introverted, but in fact each one means something different. Shyness, shyness and withdrawal are signs of people who feel inhibited and with great discomfort in specific situations of social interaction. This kind of feeling can interfere with personal contact and relationships as a whole, including at work. In this way, it is difficult to achieve the personal and professional goals of those who suffer from it.
Often, those who are shy have excessive concern with their neighbor. Thoughts such as "what is the other person thinking?", "Am I pleasing?", "What does that mean the person did?", "What meaning did she say?", What is she thinking of me? " Focus shifts from itself and the next becomes the center of attention. Those who are shy tend to feel worse when interacting with those who do not know well, precisely because the unknown is more difficult to control and to deal with. But nothing prevents shyness from occurring in the home, in the family nucleus itself, which distracts people from a possible conversation and / or more interaction.
The shy person can not express feelings and thoughts properly, usually say or speak half of what you think. They are people who keep to themselves and often nobody knows what is going on in their minds, because they are closed and even isolated when they can. This type of difficulty means that the person does not interact effectively with others. The contact ends up being superficial. This kind of attitude may confuse those who deal with the shy. Many shy people have been confused and even labeled as arrogant and cold people, precisely because of the distance and the distance created by the difficulty of interaction.
Even though there is some impairment in social contact, shyness itself is not considered a psychological illness nor a mental disorder. Obviously, if the impairment of this contact causes major disorders, one can think of other pathologies as diagnoses.
Self-awareness is not bad, works very well as a "thermometer" and regulates interaction in social contact. After all, come out saying everything you think and feel not an action considered appropriate in our society. The key point is to maintain that balance.
Introversion is very close to shyness, as it affects the individual making him shy, embarrassed, or having difficulty expressing himself. The focus is on the next and its possible critiques and supposedly negative manifestations. Social contact is very stressful and those who suffer from it feel that interaction with others sucks energy. Being in a group is not a relaxing time.
Being introverted is a personal trait, it is a way of using attention, whether it is more in the person (introversion) or in the next (extraversion). Who has the focus of attention on themselves in excess, often closes and has difficulty in social interaction. On the other hand, those who are introspective tend to be good listeners and to be attentive to the needs of others, because they can easily find themselves in the place of others.
Those who are shy are not always withdrawn. Therefore, many shy people are considered extroverts at various times. There are people who feel closed in any social contact, but many are able to separate situations, for example, do not like parties, but do not have problems in group work, or do not speak in public, but do well in social environments and can to express himself calmly for many people.
The great problem of being shy or introverted is when you can not adequately express what you feel or think. When the feelings of fear and insecurity take over the person and the result is to stay home retracted and closed. And with that, social contact is severely compromised. For this type of extreme situation a treatment for change is critical. Remembering that anyone who suffers from shyness even to a lesser degree can also seek help to perfect themselves. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques, hypnosis, and coaching sessions are often very effective.
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