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Symptoms and Causes of Social Awkwardness

Symptoms and Causes of Social Awkwardness

  • Feeling nervous or uncomfortable in social situations
  • Bad conversational flow
  • Constantly replaying that embarrassing moment
  • Feeling self-conscious of every little thing you do
  • Being hesitant and timid
  • Trying hard to avoid breaking the social rules
  • Doing the wrong thing at the wrong time


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Firm Shake Hands

Firm Shake Hands

People love the confident people and since everything starts with a handshake, so make sure to start with a confidence.

Shake hands firmly and with confidence when you meet new people. Grip the person’s hand firmly and confidently.

A cool and firm handshake indicates confidence while ...


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Smile More

Smile More

Smile is the best way to overcome the socially awkward symptoms when you meet new people. Smile not just makes you look adorable, but also reduces your social awkwardness.

This will help others at ease so that they are more comfortable in your company. This...


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Listen Carefully

Listen Carefully

One of the best ways to deal with socially awkwardness is listening carefully while you are communicating with someone individually or in a group.

The most common problem of not listening to someone may be “you are lost in your thoughts.” so when communicating with others, ...


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Ask Questions

Ask Questions

Asking questions and seeking their agreement about the topics increase their interest in communicating with you. While this will give a sudden boost to your confidence, it is important to make sure not to start every conversation with a question or as too many questions during a ...


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Make Eye Contacts

Make Eye Contacts

This is a psychological fact – Developing eye contact makes you confident. More people agree to your point when you make eye contacts with them and they’ll find you more confident. So when you are talking to someone new or a known person, make eye contact when talking or if someone is speaking to...


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Final Words

Final Words

Trying the above-mentioned techniques is sure to give you a better way to kick-start a new, confident life and communicate others without being socially awkward.

In order to deal with the situation better and faster, it is important to understand what causes social awkwardness in details so...


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Improve Non-Verbal Skills

Improve Non-Verbal Skills

Non-verbal skills are very important in increasing your confidence. In fact, experts claim that the success of any conversation depends on how you say things rather than what you say.

While communicating with others, try to be polite and avoid taking over the conversa


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Team Up with Someone Skilled & Confident

Team Up with Someone Skilled & Confident

We all have someone in a group who we find the most confident and love to interact with. Communicating more with such people can help you to overcome your problem of social awkwardness.

You can learn a lot from their behavior. Learn how they interact and create confidence ...


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