Social scientist David Allyn, Ph.D. explains how a fear of embarrassment can undermine personal and professional relationships. In his book, "I Can’t Believe I Just Said That," he offers suggestions for identifying, managing and dealing with embarrassment and self-consciousness.

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  • David Allyn David Allyn, Ph.D. is a Harvard-trained social scientist. He's the author of "Make Love, Not War: An Unfettered History of the Sexual Revolution. he's a visiting scholar at the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy at Columbia University.

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