Additionally, focusing on others and making them feel good is a wonderful way to combat anxiety or shyness.These actions can do more to ensure a fun and fabulous experience at any event this holiday season than anything else you do.
Once these are completed you may leave, but if you are having a blast, try to stay another hour and do a few more. If someone offers to open a door, take your coat, or do something kind, say, “That would be great. Thatʼs so kind of you” “Iʼm impressed."When someone starts a conversation, respond warmly, and be sure to ask questions of them. ”Start conversations that make others feel comfortable, appreciated, or helpful, even if they're in a small group.If you want to feel peace and happiness this holiday you canʼt afford to be distracted by the marriages, children, possessions, talents, or blessings that others have.God knows you individually and is always extending his love and blessings.Iʼd like to say thank you.” You could even just ask them if they know where the restroom is. I hope I can talk with you again later.” Then repeat their name. And, if the person with whom youʼre enjoying a conversation appears to be single and interested in you, add before you leave, “Iʼd love to get to know you better.When they respond or offer help in any way, introduce yourself, ask their name, and then say, “Thank you. Iʼd love to do something sometime.”These may seem like simple techniques that many people use, but that's exactly why they deserve to be repeated now.