Is shyness an emotion?
Yes, shyness is an emotion where you feel anxiety, fright or nervousness and just don't want to show or display yourself. An example of this is stage fright, where you are too nervous to go and perform or entertain on stage.
How do you get over shyness with a girl you like and how do you get her to like you once your over your shyness?
well first thing you have to do is try hard to get over your shyness then once you are over your shyness and you get the guts to talk to her Step 1: Check breath Step 2: check teeth (nothing in them) 3: be sure there is nothing wrong with your clothes such as Pants unzipped ripped pants etc. AND ALWAYS KEEP A SMILE :)
Shyness is a normal thing. I would know this, because I am quite shy myself. But what you do to overcome shyness is to simply BELIEVE in yourself, just get that urge and think "I can do this", because you CAN overcome it. Talk about how you feel with someone you can trust, such as a relative or someone who has had experience. Shyness is perfectly fine and there is completely nothing wrong with it…
No its not an emotion, because an emotion is basically an expression you can have on your face e.g. sad is and emotion and you can express that on your face :( Happy is and emotion and you can also express that on your face :) however revenge can not be an emotion because there is no way to express revenge on your face.
You can look at the bottom of your screen when you play Club Penguin, and you will see a person winking. If you click on the person winking you can see a list of emotions. Click on the emotion you want. You can get short cuts for the emotes and even more emotes. This is how, press "e" then "1" on your keyboard to get the "laughing emotion." Press "e" and "2" for the "smiley…
No. The definition of ignorant is "lacking knowledge or awareness in general", while shyness is "the quality or state of being shy [avoiding doing or becoming involved in (something) due to nervousness or a lack of confidence]". Synonyms for the noun shyness, could include apprehension, insecurity, reserve, or timidness.