It’s fine, wonderful to have a supportive partner like Prince Philip to HELP you overcome shyness, but never forget, you cannot beat shyness completely unless you do it yourself. There are probably many ways to do this, but you have to do yourself and FEEL the process each step of the way. For me, as […]
Yesterday I learned the Queen of England had been very shy and she may have selected Prince Philip because he was sensitive to shy qualities. Many of us saw her own father King George VI overcome painful stuttering in the 2010 popular film, The King’s Speech. That royalty also suffers from shyness underscores the fact […]
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It’ll soon be 25 years since I came here. Almost 20 years ago I sang the song, “Was My Brother in the Battle,”, one Ken Burns had included in his Civil War series, at the SMA UU Fellowship to mark the aging of my life and to help push me to win self composure. It’s […]
I was but thirteen when all of a sudden she died, leaving me in a vacuum. She’d highlighted my ideas, colored them, expanded them, questioned them, instilled them with wonder, so, when she died, it seemed she would no more. Little by little I learned just how caringly she provided for me in her will, […]