lack confidence

See: misdoubt
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I end up ignoring them out of fear I'll say something stupid, so I'm sure they think I'm rude when, in actual fact, I just lack confidence.
A CHARITY has repeated its call for first aid education to be an integral part of the school curriculum in Wales after a survey revealed that most people lack confidence in their lifesaving skills.
Disaffected, Discouraged Lack Confidence in National Institutions
But many lack confidence in their companies’ ability ...
A majority of shippers responding to a survey recently conducted by INTTRA indicated that they lack confidence in carriers--and all stakeholders--to address the challenge with an efficient strategy.
As a result, while two out of three organizations report being more focused on cybersecurity, most lack confidence that they can prevent a targeted cyberattack, either from external parties or insiders.
A statement from UK Athletics said: "In July we said that there was no evidence of impropriety on the part of Mo Farah and no reason to lack confidence in his training programme.
Some 19 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds agreed, while 23 per cent also admitted they now lack confidence when it comes to managing their money, according to the survey from Scape Group.
Carol Iddon, from Action for said: "Young people across Newcastle have told us they don't feel employable, and feel uncertain, lack confidence and are not getting the support and advice they need."
RAWALPINDI -- Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood has claimed that Misbah-ul Haqs men have the ability and skills to win the World Cup, but insisted that they just lack confidence to do so.
* Enthused Unfocused: teenagers with wide-ranging interests, but who lack confidence that a Stem career is for them.
The latest ICAEW/Grant Thornton UK Business Confi-dence Monitor found that firms in the region are starting to feel the benefits of the burgeoning UK recovery, but still lack confidence of companies in other parts of the UK.