Why do we worry too much about what others may think of us?
FROM EARLY childhood, as far back as I can remember, I was shy. When I walked into a crowded room, I was too shook up to see individual people. Most of the time, I couldn't think of a thing to say in a small-talk situation. And heaven forbid that I should ever have to get up in front of a group, except sometimes in a play; but then I was somebody else.
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