Finding out how shy you are, and in which situations you are most likely to be shy:
True or False
- When I feel shy, I find it very difficult to talk to new people.
- When I feel shy, I lack confidence with people.
- When I feel shy, I feel very tense and nervous when I try to initiate a conversation
- When I feel shy at work, I have difficulty talking to other people.
- When I feel shy, I often tense up and forget what I was about to say when trying to talk to someone new.
- When I feel shy, I am especially nervous when talking to someone I would like to date.
- When I feel shy, I often replay entire dialogues in my mind, wishing I had said something different.
- When I feel shy, people see me as very quiet but I do not want to be.
If you are shy, you become very nervous when meeting new people or you often avoid situations where new people are present.
If you are shy, you keep trying to talk yourself into talking to more people but still are unable to do this.
If you are shy, you spend far more time alone than you would like to and cannot seem to change this.
If you are shy, you often freeze up when talking.