Connection

Why we’re yarn bombing Truro

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Yarn Bombing the action or activity of covering objects or structures in public places with decorative knitted or crocheted material, as a form of street art. Yarn bombing Truro might not seem like a very ‘Quiet’ thing to do. It certainly didn’t feel like it as Stacie climbed onto Gemma’s knee, stretching up a lamppost […]

Coping strategies

Seeing the Good in You

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Seeing the good in you

Yes. For just a moment, imagine if you obsessed about the things you loved about yourself? How would you feel? Put simply, you would feel pretty fucking awesome right? But hold on, it’s not that easy I hear you say. Well, I know. In fact, I know this all too well. I have spent most of […]

Quiet Connections

Why we created Quiet Connections [Interview with CHBN Radio]

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Hayley and Adam CHBN

Hayley, our Founding Director, spoke with Adam Carpenter from CHBN Radio about why she started Quiet Connections and how we are helping people to overcome confidence issues relating to shyness and social anxiety. Hayley StantonHayley shares her personal stories of feeling shy, socially anxious, ‘not good enough’ and fearfully avoiding the good things in life. Growing her confidence […]

Communication

Why I started Cornwall’s first Speaking Club for people who feel anxious in social situations [Video]

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Speaking Connections First Speech

Why do we need a speaking club? Hayley talks about her reasons for creating the Speaking Space and how she believes it will help you (and her!) to feel more confident speaking in social situations. The first speech at the first gathering of Cornwall’s first speaking club Transcript “Why would someone like you start a speaking […]