They are Not Coward, they just have a Timid Temperament.

They don’t choose to be timid

Remember those silent kids in your class who stood aloof and watched the others play? Those silent ones who responded to your Hi’s and Hellos with awkward smiles. The ones who were bullied and you felt sorry for them. The ones you tried bonding with but gave up on their boundaries and hanging high-fives.

The timid ones and probably they’re still the same. No matter how we pursue them as sissy, spineless, or cowards, the fact is that you could’ve been one of…

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