Don’t Call Me Shy
 
 
Help your child see herself as having the ability to be social and you will be surprised at how many times and in how many situations your child forgets to be shy.
-Don’t Call Me Shy chapter 7
 
About the author
 
    Laurie Adelman is a nurse and health educator, a shyness life coach, and a child advocate who is passionately devoted to teaching parents and teachers how to interact with shy children in a way which brings out a child’s social best. Her methods are extremely effective with shy adults as well as shy children.
    Ms. Adelman earned a B.S.N. in Community Health and a M.S. in Family Health and Health Education. She was recognized, with honors, for writing a thesis on learning theory in which she described a method enabling individuals to retain information and incorporate new skills into everyday life.
    Laurie Adelman has written countless educational and inspirational articles, newsletters, brochures, and medical abstracts. Ms. Adelman has designed and carried out numerous education programs for children and adults and received an award for Outstanding Contributions in Health Education.
    The study of shyness has been a passion of Ms. Adelman for more than 25 years. She writes straight from the heart, sharing personal experiences from her own life while enriching her descriptions with the stories of others.
 
 
Social comfort can be your reality
    Laurie Adelman is on a mission so that each and every shy child and adult comes to shine in their own special way – given the opportunity to achieve a level of social comfort that they can be proud of!
 
Laurie Adelman
B.S.N., M.S. Family Health/Health Education
The author
    Laurie Adelman is a nurse and health educator, a shyness life coach, and a child advocate who is passionately devoted to teaching parents and teachers how to interact with shy children in a way which brings out the child’s social best.
 
Note: These techniques bring out the social best in shy adults too!
 
 
 
 
 
 
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September 1, 2007