10. Recognize when you may require assistance.
Human connection is crucial to your general well-being, but it isn’t always easy to achieve. Remember that improving your social skills is a long-term effort that will not happen immediately. If you aren’t making as much progress as you’d want, don’t be too hard on yourself.
It’s natural to feel apprehensive when you put yourself out there, but if your shyness is inhibiting you or keeping you from socializing, it’s important to seek help for underlying mental health issues like social anxiety, agoraphobia, or generalized anxiety disorder.
Even if you don’t have a mental health problem, a therapist can help you figure out what you want to achieve out of being more social and provide additional advice on how to get there.
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