I just read an article that suggests people who are shy, or who get embarrassed more easily than others, are actually more reliable, trustworthy and more caring than people who are outgoing.
A lot of people with shyness just eventually learn ways around it.. the more opportunities you have, to speak to strangers, or to voice your opinion within a group of friends, the easier it gets.
it depends on the situation for me. when you are in school and you are shy with other kids that is okay, but if you are so shy you cant ask the teacher for help with work then it becomes a problem.
I don't think so. I'm really shy but it does stop me being more outgoing. Like someone might say something and I think of something awesome to say but I won't say it.
Nah it's not a bad thing, but I'm extremely shy so I see it as a bad thing because it stops me from talking to some people. And my face turns alot.. Way annoying.
It depends what your doing most of the time no. If u have to talk in front of a lot of people then yes being shy wouldn't be the best thing.
Not necessarily, but it sure does hold you back from a lot of things.