Originally posted by Rita Moore:
I don't think anyone can teach confidence.
Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
Confidience is acting.
John: Take them to the nearest bar and suck down a few beers.
Rita: I don't think anyone can teach confidence.
RK Singh: But yes, it can be developed.
Not being confident has many reasons. Foremost is fear.
Marc: The best way to build someone's self-confidence is to spend time with them and listen to them.
Really take the time to actively listen to this person. Enough positive experiences of direct interaction can really change someone's life.
Parag: sometimes it happens that one loose his confidence but it is not on permanant basis. it is temporary effect.
Parag: here i feel one should use all the ways like books also if possible meet a counseller. discuss the prob with friends. in all cases try to think +vely.
Gerald: Do you have Aspergers syndrome? If so, you might want to do more research it ,ask jeeves.
Dmitry: Is that "someone" aware of his or her need to improve self-confidence, etc? Or is it just you who needs him/her changed?
found some courses in the local colleges that offer some courses that might help us - one is a painting class,