Gaining freedom from timidity

The sheer number of books, recordings, and seminars on becoming assertive or dynamic leaves little doubt that our society deems timidity as highly undesirable. "Timidity" is defined as a lack of boldness and determination, and the timid are characterized as being fearful, hesitant, weak, or reticent. It's no surprise that there's quite a market for overcoming timidity.

But for one struggling with the manacles of this limitation, something other than human psychological techniques is needed if he is to break free of the belief that timidity is an actual part of his character.

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