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  • Hi, you guys. I'm Joy, and I'm here today to doodle the benefits of being shy.

  • This video is based on the article, "Shyness, It Might Not Be Such a Negative Thing" by Christina

  • Tran.

  • I, myself, am quite a shy person. I often find it hard to approach others and strike up the

  • conversation. First off, being shy is not the same thing as being introverted. Being shy is like

  • feeling bashful and timid, while being introverted is choosing to be more reserved. While being

  • shy usually has a negative connotation, it can also have its perks.

  • 1. Modesty is attractive.

  • Shy people don't like bragging about their success or accomplishments. They may downsize

  • compliments or their own positive characteristics.

  • 2. Cautious.

  • Shy people look before they leap, plan for the unexpected, avoid unnecessary risks and set

  • long-term goals. They live with morals, instead of being rebellious. So, authority figures

  • probably trust them to make the right decisions.

  • 3. Sensitive to details.

  • Shy people are detail oriented, because they're sensitive to stimulation. This means they have a

  • greater appreciation for fine details. For example, they might hate rollercoasters, which causes a

  • lot of stimulation. But, they will likely notice all of the different flavors in a meal.

  • 4. Approachable.

  • Shyness is rarely a threatening characteristic to people, and it's easier to approach a shy person

  • than to approach a social butterfly. Additionally, most shy people don't have a stuck-up attitude.

  • 5. Calming effect on others.

  • Shy people give off a peaceful vibe, especially in a very upbeat environment. Their calmness and

  • ability to not be dramatic may have a positive effect on others.

  • 6. Human service positions and empathy.

  • Shy people are extremely sensitive to the feelings and emotions of others. So, they excel in

  • human service, such as being a psychologist or teacher. They are great listeners who people can

  • easily open up to. Shy leaders are sometimes more effective than extroverted leaders, because

  • they talk less and listen more.

  • 7. More trustworthy.

  • Shy people don't gossip much, or brag. People can trust them with keeping secrets.

  • 8. Deeper friendships.

  • The few friendships shy people possess are usually deep, long-lasting ones. Making friends

  • probably isn't easy for them, so when they do find a friend, they value them greatly and work to

  • maintain the relationship.

  • 9. Successful at solitary work.

  • A majority of jobs require focus and concentration in a solitary environment, such as being an

  • accountant, clinical work, or a lab technician. This is where shy people thrive. Because they

  • aren't very social, a place with less distractions and interactions allows them to perform

  • exceptionally.

  • Now that you know the positive sides of being shy, what is your opinion? Do you think being

  • shy is more beneficial than being outgoing? If you consider yourself outgoing, are there any

  • times you wish you were shy? Comment your answers down below.

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