So you want to know how to be more social, my Butterfly?
But first, you need to know this:
There’s nothing inherently wrong with not wanting to be social.
The problems arise when you WANT to get out there and have more fun, but you’re too scared to.
It’s simple to learn how to stop loving someone, my Butterfly.
But it’s important to know that your heart will be a few steps behind your logical mind.
What does this mean?
Well, there is a saying that “time heals all wounds”.
There is a secret to how to make conversation that so many people overlook.
Smalltalk is a major source of social anxiety, and it doesn’t need to be.
It all starts with listening, my Butterfly.
Wanting to learn how to stop blushing is natural, my Butterfly.
Especially if your blushing is out of control.
Many, many people with social anxiety all over the world feel that their blushing is out of control, so you’re not alone.
There are worse things you could be doing, than blushing, my Butterfly.
Blushing is an innately human trait, my Butterfly.
It’s one of those subconscious cues that has evolved over many thousands of years of human-to-human interaction.
Why do we blush?
Because it says so many things, without needing to say anything at all.