Being uncomfortable in certain social situations is a feeling that is all too familiar. Meeting someone, or sometimes the thought of meeting someone new may cause you to close up. More so, giving a presentation or speaking to a room full of people makes palms sweaty and knees weak. Public speaking is not everyone’s favorite, but some can overcome these social situations and uneasiness. Unfortunately, not all people can.
What Do You Need to Know?
For those who have social anxiety disorder, the stress of these situations can be more to handle. It will make you avoid any social contact because what is ‘normal’ to others; small things like simple conversations or eye contact will make someone with social anxiety uncomfortable.
Social anxiety disorder is also known as social phobia, and is quite a very common mental disorders. If you have social anxiety, you are not alone and there is hope for you. The hardest part is asking for help. There are some ways to know if your social silence has become too much to handle alone, is beyond shyness, and is at the point where you need to seek professional support.
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