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Have you ever been a victim of stage fright? You were beyond prepared for your speech or performance, yet nothing came out of your mouth.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and discouraged after a challenging experience like stage fright. However, you don’t have to be defined by your mistakes–you can pick yourself up again.
It really isn’t the end of the world. Your imperfection just means you’re human. You can move past such an embarrassing stage fright experience and feel 100 times better after working through this recovery process.
Learn how to recover and regain the courage to step back on stage with these simple steps:
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The Biggest Hurdles an Introverted Child Faces is Learning to Interact with Others
Does your introverted child have trouble joining groups or interacting with others? They may also reveal unwavering fear or shyness in social situations.
If so, you can help them by gently encouraging them to get involved and allowing them to practice. It is very important not to force your child to participate in social activities if they do not want to, as this could mean that they stop wanting to try at all.
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