Some simple things to focus on to help you overcome a paralyzing fear of talking to women, interacting with other people in social situations and generally overcoming your shyness if you feel inferior, were bullied when you were younger or you feel socially awkward.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who says he has Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, panic attacks and depression. He asks me what he can do to overcome his fear of talking with and interacting with women.
He says most often when women approach him he just freezes up. He was bullied when he was younger and got beat up by jocks for talking to their girlfriends. He says he is in really great shape, is an athlete and looks young for his age.
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“When it comes to overcoming our fears in life, we have two choices: 1) we can either let our fears paralyze us into making excuses and doing nothing or 2) we can accept the reality that we are living in bodies that are one day going to die and therefore, our time is limited. If we don’t take the action that we know we need to take right now in this present moment, there will come a time when we are on our deathbed in a future moment, where we realize that we are out of time and that we have lived our whole lives playing small, settling, being driven by our irrational fears and never having truly lived. So the real question is, do you want to die knowing that you did everything you could to make your dreams and dream life a reality, or would you rather die knowing that you bitched out and never tried to find out what you were truly capable of by taking action towards what you wanted in spite of your fears? One day, one of those two realities is going to be yours. Doesn’t it make sense to play full out and give life your best shot? Choose wisely. That’s something to think about!” ~ Coach Corey Wayne