BG News writer shares experience with shyness

BobbyRyanInterview by waddler-1

As I worked at The BG News, I noticed that a lot of the people there were very fun and relaxed to be around, including the assistant sports editor, Ryan Satkowiak.
However, as I began to discuss the blog, I learned that Satkowiak was a bit shy five years ago, something I never would have guessed because he never seemed to have trouble offering a good joke or insight to conversations.
In this recording, he tells us how he made a few changes to help himself adjust in a college setting.

About Bobby Waddle

Bobby Waddle is a third-year print journalism student at Bowling Green State University.
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2 Responses to BG News writer shares experience with shyness

  1. Mark W. says:

    Hello Bobby,

    Just stumbled on to this site. Awesome, informative interview. Hearing Ryan talk about his struggles and victory over social anxiety is inspiring me to take action in my own life. He’s right–part of having fun and enjoying life is making real connections with other human beings. It’s hard, but not impossible for me and other SA sufferers to reach that goal.

  2. Bobby Waddle says:

    Hello Mark,
    Thank you for taking an interest in the site. It can be frustrating to struggle with making connections with other human beings, but in a way, it also helps us to value the ones we do have a lot more. I’m glad we’re working together to overcome our inhibitions.

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