This item is regularly chosen on the self-assessment form by individuals seeking support for confidence issues. Whether we identify as introverted or extroverted, we are social creatures and must learn to navigate social situations if we are to reach our goals.|
Daily living requires us to connect and communicate with others. Social situations can include our interactions with co-workers, family, friends, potential mates, neighbors or the grocery store clerk.
Lacking confidence in social situations can happen even when interactions are brief, with few expectations held. Lacking confidence in more important or intimate situations is often associated with the higher expectations of significant personal goals.
It is important to recognize that the perception of being one who lacks confidence in social situations has been accepted and absorbed by the stubborn robotic subconscious mind. The subconscious mind cannot be forced or willed to accept a new perception, it must be taught.