Expert interview: She believes is shyness is her major problem in life then she is lucky. Shyness is a personal defect that can easily to get over. When a person is shy they tend to avoid talking or interacting with people as much as possible. This is to avoid embarrassment or saying something that others may not like. She could practice talking to people.
I think that in front of people espacially those who doesn’t know me I will be just judged about things I say because obviously they don’t know my personality and what I am really thinking about so I usually try to speak in a way that allows to people to have a good impression about my character espacially in first contacts and meetings. 6-As a group they tend to be highly individualistic; moderate in context; low in power ,rank , and status; and high in masculinity. For me working alone is much better than in groups .I feel more confortable I can be more creative and innovative , no body will judge my choice or ask me why I made a such decision. I don’t prefer share my ideas with others .I think that is better that everybody is responsible about his thoughts.Therefore while I get obliged to work in groups my effort will decrease and it doesn’t matter for me to just accept others ideas . 7-As a group African Americans are active, expressive , colorful, emotional, often humorous, more nonverbal, distinctive,stylized, open, demonstrative,and possses a positive outlook on life.
This surprised me because I have always believed myself to be the creative and emotional type. I thought I needed a friend to enjoy my unusual activities with. I feel isolated from others and I am considerable lonely. I don’t think or feel as if I am misunderstood or unappreciated I mostly feel just left out. The basic communication principle I apply to my personal life experience is knowing my audience and communicating a little at a time.
As the facts that I am a shy person by nature and that I sometimes do have some difficulty expressing myself, it doesn’t seem to be a major factor in some cases when regarding my relationship and social interaction other then instances if I end up clamming up and being indecisive around people I do not feel comfortable around. Other than that though, according to my friends and family, although at first it may seem I may be quiet, shy, and a bit hard to approach (I even had some friends who told me I looked angry or annoyed sometimes when they first met me) but, once you are able to find common ground, however small, and have constant conversations with me, I can actually be a quite expressive and in some occasions, very opinionated in my interests. This probably may prove the assessment that I may be this way is because think first before responding as not only a sort of defense, but to also help me decide how to handle things later on. If anything, I feel mostly comfortable with how I am and really would change much. I think the only times I would consider it would entirely depend if a situation is dire
Occasionally, despite a counselor’s best efforts, some clients fail to act in their best interests and negatively respond to all counseling interventions. These clients are often called oppositional, reactionary, noncompliant, intractable, and unmotivated (Dowd, 1989). You can not make someone tell you something they do not want to. Forcing an issue or trying to push a client into telling you something will only make them want to be more reluctant from sharing. Being understanding, empathic, and listening to the client helps build the relationship and give the client the opportunity to want to trust you enough to tell you what you need to know.
Surprisingly” Authentic Experiences With so much emphasis on being honest to others, what ever happened to being true to ourselves? Everyday hustle and bustle leads to the lack of self-reflection from experiences. People miss what an incident truly means and ultimately obscure their view of themselves. Dolly Parton once said “find out who you are and do it on purpose.” Exactly how is one supposed to do that? Since experiences are what ultimately shape an individual, reflecting upon those personal experiences lead to self discovery.
This question does not suggest that your audience is stupid or uneducated. As we saw in Chapter 1, there is a great deal of confusion today about such matters as free will, truth, knowledge, opinion, and morality. Many intelligent and educated people have fallen victim to ideas and attitudes that cripple their creative and critical faculties. In many cases, your audience will appreciate your insights only if you first help them get beyond their misconceptions. Is Your Audience’s Perspective Likely to Be Narrow?
Sadly, people who are truly themselves, and stick to their values and beliefs tend to be alone and get overlooked often, but that’s not their problem. Just because some people use their brain, it doesn’t mean they’re boring. People who can't enjoy their life without alcohol, drugs, partying, and all their friends, are much more pathetic than people who can enjoy life without all
The flip side for me with this trait is that I am not very adventurous, I prefer to read, and I feel that I let my emotions get the best of me sometimes. I can also see the conscientiousness personality trait in me. I can control my emotions and action very well. I always thought it was something that I had taught myself to do, but I guess it my makeup. I like to have thing very well organized and things done in a timely manner.
I would have to say that is some sort of relationship that a human has with a computer. Some hide behind it and some are just addicted to it. Some of us use a computer to help share our feelings but have no real connections to just like Sally. (Dick, 2005). Sally’s relationship with her computer is how she expresses herself since she is a shy person.