How to Stop Being Socially Awkward

Don’t you wish you could be a social butterfly?

Or at least, be someone who doesn’t stumble with words and panic whenever someone strikes up a conversation with you.

You wouldn’t be reading this article if you didn’t.

You feel uncomfortable and nervous in social situations because you tend to, absentmindedly, do or say something inappropriate that makes you look like someone who missed Social Skills 101.

Are you an Extrovert!

Does an interesting conversation with friends or colleagues or even strangers make you feel lively? Do you feel like you need to talk it out with people when something has been bothering your mind?

Well, these are two of the most obvious characteristic traits of an extrovert.

Extroverts are the talkative bunch in a group of friends, the social butterflies, the life of the party and the ones who always have something to say.

Are you an Introvert?

Ever wondered why some people are just not that into group conversations or seem detached when in social situations? Or is it you who prefer to spend your weekends curled up with a good book rather than going out to meet people?

There is really nothing to worry about. You just happen to be an introvert.

8 Ways to Help Someone with Anxiety

Helping someone with anxiety can be a challenge. Their struggle is personal and it is impossible for you, or anyone else, to relate to them on every level. Sometimes you end up making them more anxious by giving unhelpful advice or being inconsiderate of their feelings.

Watching someone, you love and care about, struggling with anxiety is painful. You want to help, but you don’t want to make it worse.

How to Deal with Arrogant People

Arrogant people are a menace to everyone who is unfortunate enough to cross their paths.

They have a hard time stopping themselves from self-praise and projecting their greatness and superiority to you in everything.

A conversation with them is painful because they just can’t shut up about their accomplishments.