re you embarrassed to speak up even when it's your turn? Do you hide your opinion and preferences because you are afraid others won't agree with you?
We all have preferences, opinions, and feelings about certain things. Some people seem to express their feelings very easily. But if you are like me in the past, you tend to keep things for yourself. You don't want to hurt anyone’s feelings. And you certainly don't want to have a strange opinion because others might laugh at you or think you are weird.
If you recognize this, then you might have a low level of self-confidence. This is affecting your life and day-to-day behavior negatively. But don't worry, you are still young, and there is plenty you can do about it.
In Confidence for Teens, you will discover:
The number-one thing to avoid when building confidence
Q&A to determine your current level of confidence
The obvious and not-so-obvious benefits of being confident
An effective method you can use against bullying
Exercises to discover the real you
Find out the first and most important step in being in control of your own life
How to develop a confident mind-set
The examples and exercises are designed for teens like you. So don't worry if other people were able to do it, you can certainly also do it.
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