The Comparison Game

How To Stop Comparing Yourself And Start Feeling Proud Of Who You Are Do you compare yourself to others often? Do you frequently see yourself as inferior or “less than” others? So often we see the strengths and positive qualities of others, but have a hard time seeing our own value. Frequent comparison just makes this worse. Join Dr. Aziz as he shows you how to stop playing the comparison game, and start feeling proud of who you really are. Click below to hear this episode! http://traffic.libsyn.com/shrinkfortheshyguy/Shrink-For-The-Shy-Guy-Episode-019-The-Comparison-Game.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 31:54 — 30.0MB) | Embed The Comparison Game Today, we’re going to be talking about a game but no, it’s not a fun kind of game. It’s actually kind of a crappy game. It’s called the comparison game and perhaps it’s a game that you are familiar with, it’s a game that I used to play on a daily basis. Honestly, probably on an hourly basis. I would do it all the time. I don’t really have any control over it. I would always be comparing myself to others and is that something that you do in your life. Are you comparing yourself to other people when you walk down the street or you’re looking at how other people are dressed or their physical attributes or their weight or their height or their abilities when it comes to social interactions or how much money they have, how successful they are in their career, how much acknowledgement they get, how other people respond to them, if they are in a relationship, if there are women around...

The Genuine Approach

How To Meet Women By Being Honest And Being Yourself Want to know how to meet women, create conversations, and go on dates, all by being yourself? So much infomration out there on the internet tells guys not to be themselves. It encourages you to use “game” tactics, manipulation, and other ways to “make” women like you. If you are tired of this and looking for ways to simply meet women and create relationships by being yourself, then this episode will help you do just that. Join Dr. Aziz as he finishes his interview with Sean Cooper, in which they discuss approaching women from a place of authenticity and honesty. Click below to hear this episode! http://traffic.libsyn.com/shrinkfortheshyguy/Shrink-For-The-Shy-Guy-Episode-018-The-Genuine-Approach.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 30:56 — 29.2MB) | Embed Show Notes Get a copy of Sean Cooper’s powerful program here.         The Power Of Being Genuine Welcome to today’s episode of Shrink for the Shy Guy. Today’s episode is called, The Genuine Approach, which is in contrast to the disingenuous approach, the inauthentic approach, the phony or fake approach. And what I mean here is I mean approaching women for dating and relationships that you can apply these to many areas of your life, in fact any area were you have social interaction. That could be with friends, colleagues, your boss, co-workers, acquaintances, friends of friends, strangers out in public. How do we be more genuine, because isn’t that what you want on some level? I mean, ultimately we want to feel good about ourselves, we want to feel loved, we want to feel worthwhile. But...

Free Yourself From Toxic Shame

How To Get Rid Of That Feeling That You’re Not Good Enough Ever have that feeling that there’s something wrong with you? Not that you did something bad, but that you are bad. That feeling is called “toxic shame” and it is at the root of shyness and social anxiety. Join Dr. Aziz in the second part of his interview with Sean Cooper, where you will learn exactly what toxic shame is and how to free yourself from its grasp. Click below to hear this episode! http://traffic.libsyn.com/shrinkfortheshyguy/Shrink-For-The-Shy-Guy-Episode-017-Free-Yourself-From-Toxic-Shame.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 31:49 — 30.0MB) | Embed Show Notes Get a copy of Sean Cooper’s powerful program here.         What Is “Toxic Shame”? Hey everybody! Welcome to today’s show. Today, we’re going to be getting in to the big question, Good versus Evil. That’s actually what I want to start with. is a question. How do you see yourself? Do you perceive yourself as good or as bad, as admirable worthy of love, a good person? Or do you see yourself as a bad person, defective, unworthy of love, less than, inadequate? Somehow there’s something wrong with you. And I’m asking this question because I know the answer from my own perspective, for many, many, many years when I was stuck in that place of shyness was I was bad. I was defective. There’s something wrong with me. And now that I work with people, that is one of the first questions that I start to uncover with them and invariably, if they’re stock with shyness or social anxiety, the answer is I’m bad....

Hidden Inferiority

Discover And Transform The Underlying Belief That’s Holding You Back Do you feel nervous around some people but not others? Perhaps it’s your boss, a “cool” guy, or a woman you find attractive? Join Dr. Aziz as he uncovers what’s happening behind the scenes that makes you feel this anxiety. He interviews guest expert Sean Cooper, creator of The Shyness-Social Anxiety system, which has helped thousands of people world-wide rid themselves of social fears. Click below to hear this episode! http://traffic.libsyn.com/shrinkfortheshyguy/Shrink-For-The-Shy-Guy-Episode-016-Hidden-Inferiority.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:20 — 27.7MB) | Embed Show Notes Get a copy of Sean Cooper’s powerful program here.         Hidden Feelings Of Being “Less Than” Hey, welcome to today’s episode. Today we’re going to be getting into what I call hidden and inferiority. In fact, we have an awesome interview lined up with Sean Cooper who’s created this extremely powerful in-depth helpful system to help people break out of shyness and social anxiety. So I’m really excited to jump in and start talking with him. But I want to set the stage first. And I mentioned the word hidden inferiority, what does that actually mean? Well, sometimes it’s not hidden but sometimes it is. But the basic underlying thing is that we feel inferior. We feel less than. Is that something you can relate to? Or you feel less than others, not as good as other people and in some way you are not as likeable, admirable, worthy of love as they are. And it could be for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you see someone who’s better looking than...

Social Fitness 101

How To Get Into The Best Social Shape Of Your Life Many people think being social and confident are things that you either have or don’t. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In reality, social confidence is a skill that can developed over time. You can think of your social abilities like your physical fitness. The more you practice and develop them, the better they get. Join Dr. Aziz as he describes how “social fitness” is like physical fitness, and discover how to get into amazing social shape! Click below to hear this episode! http://traffic.libsyn.com/shrinkfortheshyguy/Shrink-For-The-Shy-Guy-Episode-015-Social-Fitness-101.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 28:01 — 26.5MB) | Embed Social Fitness – The Antidote To Shyness And Social Anxiety Hey, welcome to another episode of Shrink for the Shy guy. I’m Doctor Aziz. And today’s show is great because in this show, we’re going to talk about how to get into shape. Now before you turn this show off, I’m not talking about physical shape! Although I do think that if that’s an area that you struggle in, if you’re not satisfied with your weight, with your physical ability with your body with your health then that’s going to have an extreme impact on all areas of your life including your social confidence and how you feel about yourself. I can tell you how many guys will feel uncomfortable or reluctant to put themselves out there to meet women to develop their social network because their fears around their physical appearance and their body. And I know I fail into this camp for many years. So that’s a whole other...
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