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Even the people that you think are confident often are not! Feeling confident takes practise. Sometimes we need to pretend that we are confident for others to react to us in a way that gives us a good feeling and reassures us that we are in control. It is recognised that being comfortable with your own company is a sign of strength. But it also really important that you have friends that you can turn to.
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