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Blushing problem when attention drawn

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I don't really have an exact date as to when I started to blush, but I do know I have suffered from it for a while now.  It happens on a daily basis. If any attention is brought upon me even if its just one person im interacting with, I will blush.  For example, today I was talking to a coworker just about how classes are going so far this semester and after about 30 seconds of talking I could feel my face starting to heat up. (the person I was talking to was a beautiful girl but that still shouldn’t give me the reason to blush).  Even if I talk to a good friend I will still blush.  It doesnt happen towards every  interaction, but it happens  alot.  Dont even get me started on public speaking. luckily enough I will be soon be finishing my senior year at the University of Central Florida without many presentations that had to be given within my four years there.  I usually try to avoid classes where I know there will be assigned presentations.  Basically, I just want to be able to live a normal, day to day life without blushing.  I am a very outgoing, personable, and social guy, yet,  I blush way too much.  It’s starting to become a problem.  I would just like so guidance from you.  what should I do about my problem? I saw some of your responses to others regarding your free seminar. I will definitely be checking that out.  But is there anything else, anything at all that you recommend? Any of your books I should buy? I heard your interview with Jim too on blushing. He seems 100% cured. What did you have him do?  Thanks. Hope to hear from you soon!

After you listen to the seminar and related interviews I would be more than happy to answer a specific question. My new book "Work Makes Me Nervous: Overcome Anxiety and Develop the Confidence to Succeed" spells it all out for you!

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