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A shy failure is nobler than an immodest success This quote describes how I feel about numerous things To me it basically means that it is better to stay quiet and reserved about your successes and your failures so that people dont know or judge you rather than to flaunt them and show off which makes some people mad or annoyed I am not the type of person to be loud or outspoken about how I feel I would much rather keep my opinions to myself I feel that the loud obnoxious people get the most attention which is not always a good thing I think that with being shy you sometimes draw the attention of the nicer people that are interested in what you have to say which results in long-lasting friendships and relationships whereas the loud people are the life of the party and viewed as people that do not have long-term friendships but instead acquaintances that come and go Despite others beliefs that I am an outgoing and loud person I am actually quiet and shy Most of the time when I meet new people I come off as stuck up because I do not talk very much but that is not the case whatsoever I dont like to talk very much when I meet new people because Im afraid of being judged or disliked or rude because I monopolize the conversation This day and age it seems like most people are so critical of everything and everyone and I am just afraid of saying something wrong and being judged I love making new friends but unfortunately being shy makes that hard When I do make friends it takes a while for me to be comfortable enough to open up For some reason it is hard for me to just open up to people but eventually I will when I develop a relationship or find common ground to discuss I think
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