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Fearing to face the public is a sign of a weak and unconfident entity.
More children nowadays are perceived by parents and teachers to be sensitive, clingy, unconfident,and inflexible.
Shifting the popular World Cup winner N'Golo Kante from his best position was problematic and City exposed a fragile and unconfident Jorginho in the 6-0 thrashing they handed out at the Etihad Stadium three weeks ago.
"It's pretty daunting, it's where I feel my most unconfident, I always feel like maybe I'm not posing right, or I don't look as glamorous as the other girls.
They accept whatever fate brings to them and refuse to think wisely because they are afraid and unconfident. They let their negative emotions holding them back, leading to unwise and uninformed decisions which may worsen situation they are facing.
'The CEP also challenges the authority of the Cabinet members by making them look unconfident as well as inconsistent, since several Cabinet members have accused the CEP's members of various things including misappropriation but now appear to concede with them,' he added.
The RCS found that being healthy increases retirement confidence: 46% of the confident retirees are in good health, compared with 14% of the unconfident. The same is true for employees: Six in 10 healthy employees are confident, compared with 28% of those who are not confident.
Sometimes car owners will feel unconfident with selling their scraps because it is in a bad state or is missing certain elements.
Arsenal are ramping up their recruitment drive, with the Mirror claiming Arsene Wenger's side are in talks to sign Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as a replacement for Alexis Sanchez, who looks to be on his way to United, although Old Trafford manager Jose Mourinho says he is "not confident but not unconfident" of signing the Chilean.
Over a third (35%) of young women would rate themselves as unconfident in interview situations, compared to just 18 per cent of young men.
We're not an unconfident group but we're just lacking a bit of composure at the moment.