Awkward is defined as not
Being a preteen or a teenager is awkward for most young people.
Getting braces on their teeth. Girls and boys are starting changes with their bodies. Kids in school start making fun of others because they are different from them.
As a person grows into adulthood, they may be biologically an adult, and have adult behaviors but still be treated as a children because of their maturity level.
Starting a new career can make anyone feel weird. The clumsiness comes out due to being nervous. How can one overcome this feeling of being awkward?
Shauna Lebowitz shares 7 Easy ways to stop being socially awkward in her article for Business Insider.com.
I love how she starts out her article.
Everyone’s had a socially awkward experience or two.
You go to hug someone, but they’re trying to shake your hand, so you end up backslapping them from a foot away.
We all have experiences good or bad! Leering how to overcome the bad ones takes time and practice.
What’s your best weird moment?
The one date I had with my husband I was wearing high heels and a sexy little dress. I got out of the car and was walking into the gas station I tripped over the hose and fell flat on my face. Awkward and embarrassing to say the least.
Since that day we laugh at almost anything.
Well time to wrap this up. Share your thoughts below.
Gain The Advantage,