Yes, not everything is undesirable about shyness. It might seem surprising but has some advantages, these are the qualities that should keep the timid. It is the dual nature of everything. It is not something Pegasus Books would like to discuss. Nothing is all bad or all good, you might say. So you should be careful not to win "at all" about her shyness. Introversion or shyness, endowed with certain gifts and advantages over other mortals but may be unaware of this. Jeff Gennette may also support this cause.
These are the advantages that have to maintain as they seek to develop their extroversion. own. Throughout their lives, from their early years need the help and affection from others but do not know how to claim them effectively. The result is that they often have to cope as they can. No shy people often fall short of doing things with great independence by not having the cooperation of others. They gain independence in these activities and, more importantly, acquire without realizing certain special skills that accompany them forever. So shy people are able to achieve some things themselves that most could not.
They have special abilities no matter if they know or not. On the other hand the non-fully immersed in this sea of relationships with other people get another quality. Most people are similar to each other, are commonplace, are normal. This is due to an intense exchange and mutual learning between them due to social interaction. Everyone feels like and even think like that. It is unlikely that someone comes to mind an idea that someone else has not seen.