Most people who have this
Social phobics have great difficulty in dealing with the following situations:
– Being the center of attention
– Dealing with people in authority
– Meeting new people
– Teasing or criticism
– All social encounters, especially involving strangers
– Having someone watch while they are doing something
– Going around the room and having to say something
What all of these events have in common is that they provoke feelings of being considered incompetent, unworthy or stupid. Many people have a physical reaction as well as the emotional one.
Blushing is very common for folks who have social
Hear are some real life stories from people who suffer or have suffered from social
A young woman finds it terrifying just to walk down the street to to the newsstand. She is afraid that someone will stop and talk to her and she will have to respond. She knows that the stranger will realize how scared she is. She hopes that she can buy her paper and get home without having to speak with anyone.
A man calls in sick to work anytime he might have to do an oral presentation or speak at a meeting. His job is in jeopardy. But he is so afraid people will think his presentation is poorly done, or may expect him to answer questions and they may decide his voice is weak and he doesn’t know his material.
Would you believe that there are cases that are much more severe than these? If you are a social phobic you can relate to these folks and maybe your case is worse. Just have faith that you can find a social
People who have social
By now you are probably wondering when am I going to hear about a treatment or cure. There is no magic pill that you can take and boom! you are cured. However with the right therapist and time you can feel normal again.
Your therapist has to understand your feelings that other people are judging you negatively. If your mental health worker doesn’t seem to get this, look elsewhere.
You need and deserve a therapist who takes your fears seriously. Ask questions and run don’t walk away from any professional who tells you to force yourself to engage in social interaction. You have been dealing with this problem your whole life and now it is time for your cure!
The essentials of freeing yourself are:
– Stick with the treatment program, even if you can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel
– Learn as much as you can about the condition
– Believe that you can beat this if you work at your social
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