Be more dog!
Many of us suffer from social anxiety, especially in new situations. This can mean that when entering a room our heads are held low, we feel self-conscious about what we are wearing or how we are acting, we wonder what others are thinking of us, we look around and compare ourselves to others, and it may mean that we choose to avoid certain social situations.
When a dog enters a room, it does so with its ears pricked up, its tail wagging, it feels excited about exploring a new space, thinking ‘ooh, what’s over there..’ and rushing over to check. Most of us could do with being a bit more dog!