glossophobia

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glossophobia

an abnormal fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak.
See also: Speech
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From a shy person who was unable to cope with stage fear it transformed me into a person who can now perform in front of a large audience."
The kids' dance enchanted the people who appreciated the fact that the dancers had no stage fear. Art works by Mariam were another attention grabbing attraction of the event.
Siddhi Yadav from Lonavala said that her stage fear disappeared and she drastically reduced the use of mobile phone to 15 minutes a day.
It provides an opportunity to the students to perform in front of a large audience, which thereby boosts their confidence and helps them overcome stage fear.
"Efforts should be made to ensure greater participation of students in future programs," he said, adding that such programs will help kids develop their communication skills, give them good public exposure, remove their stage fear and enhance their ability to interact with people," Ahmed told Arab News.
, the 20-year-old singer came over stage fear and anxiety to perform on "AGT's" stage.
This is an emotional way of preparing oneself to counter stage fear and to connect with audience.
He admits: "I didn't know what stage fear meant 15 years ago.
They say imagining the audience naked is the best way to tackle stage fear for a host.
The 46-year-old Mexican actress, who had once signed up to star in a New York stage show, had to quit after failing to overcome stage fear.
And she has shown no sign of the chronic stage fear her mother suffered.