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Don't Be Shy: How to Fit In, Make Friends, and Have Fun--Even If You Weren't Born Outgoing (Sunscreen)
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An upbeat and encouraging guide for shy teens and preteens
Fifty percent of Americans consider themselves shy, but teens and preteens wrestling with the problem may believe they're "the only one." Filled with knowing insights and funny drawings, this lively book helps teens experiencing "panic on the inside" and "catastrophe on the outside" to understand such things as the mechanics of their situation and the fact that they're not the first person to own a "mental VCR" that replays embarrassing moments. It also lets shy kids know how common their problem is, and gives them tips for overcoming it.
Filled with knowing insights and funny drawings, this upbeat and encouraging guide for shy teens and preteens helps them to know how common their problem is, and gives them tips for overcoming it.
About the Author
Melissa Daly is a former senior staff writer at Seventeen magazine, where she wrote articles and columns on health, sexuality, relationships, and other topics.
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