Who Am I?

Its funny how some people think they know who they are but really have no idea who they are. Who am I? I actually had to think about it. I am a 19 year old girl, only child, whos only real family is my mom, and ive been in a 5 year relationship with a guy I love like crazyyyy. Oh and im shy… like really shy…. like the kinda shy that can come off as rude and careless… but that’s not me, well not who I want to be. On the outside I feel like im very quiet but on the inside I am this happy person who wants to be friends with everyone! buuuuuut my lack of confidence over shines everything I do. I love my friends but I fear to tell them I have a confidence problem because I don’t want them to petty me, I feel writing these posts and seeing others feel the same way as me can help me over come this fear. I wanna be anonymous for now but im hoping one day I can gain enough confidence to show everyone who I really am and maybe even inspire people and show them that they really aren’t alone.

– Diary of a Shy Girl

16 Comments

16 thoughts on “Who Am I?

  1. Welcome to WWWW where we are all different people now than when we were, yes merely,19. Grow, change and be open to opportunity. Then take someone else by the hand who is struggling and inspire them with your story.
    Toni

  2. Hi Shy Girl–I can relate to the only child bit for sure; I think having a generally small circle helps foster the shyness or something. I’m certainly old enough (and then some!) to be your mom’s age (maybe even grandmom, but we won’t go there…) and it hasn’t changed for me. Anyway, popping in to thank you for following my blog 🙂

  3. I’m glad you are blogging. You can be as bold as you want to be. and it will help build your confidence. Takes a little getting used to, but you’re well on your way! Thanks for stopping by and following my blog too.

  4. Hey Shy Girl. I can totally relate to you. I too am a pretty shy and reserved person. I really don’t want to be, but just like you, my lack of confidence kind of keeps me behind bars sometimes in real-life social environments. I think a lot of it comes from my insecurities about my speech. (-_-)
    I’ve been working on improving this for years. The good thing is I’ve definitely improved a whole lot. So, I wouldn’t say that I’m a “shy person” anymore, it’s more like I can be shy. For me, my faith has been one of the main things that has helped me.
    I know you can improve too. We can help each other, if you want. (^_^) It’s nice to know someone who’s also going through very similar things.
    Keep up the awesome blog. Blogging definitely helps too. *hugs*

    Kelsey

  5. Thanks for liking my blog…. seems it was written with you in mind. Try the steps and you be “that bold girl” not “that shy girl”…. *thumbs

  6. Thanks for liking my blog post. I used to be shy like crazy, with ZERO confidence. I had trouble talking to girls till I was 20 years old. Hope you will like my posts that I will be posting :). Mainly about body transformaiton.

  7. Dear shy girl,

    Dare to live inside out! Live one day as if your feelings were on the outside. Be happy, friendly, fun, chatty, all the things that you want to do! If that means going to a mall, grocery store, etc. that you have never been do so. Practice with total strangers that you will never see again ;). Feel the warmth and freedom of happiness and confidence. Bet you like it and with practice will become easier everyday.

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