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social anxiety

Stop! Don’t Miss This Social Anxiety Video Series Giveaway

April 19, 2017

Hey Jason here… I hope your day is going well. I just stumbled upon a freebie that I had posted a while back regarding Social Anxiety. Social Anxiety was a HUGE problem for me throughout my childhood and young adulthood. It took years of reading and learning coping mechanisms to overcome my general anxiety around […]

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How To Treat Social Anxiety Naturally

March 14, 2012

It’s said that social anxiety disorder affects around 7% of the world’s population, and percentage that is shared equally between men and women. What some tend to assume about social anixety, or social phobia as it’s also referred to, is that it’s a disorder about people being extremely shy and uncomfortable in highly public settings. […]

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Why Group and Individual Shyness Therapy is Helpful

March 3, 2012

Generally speaking, shyness therapy is not mentioned often unless it is in conjunction with another condition, but many of the thousands of those in individual and group therapy have some issue with shyness. Social disorders often begin with shyness as a contributing factor. Not every psychoanalyst views the treatment of shyness the same as another, […]

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Do You Suffer from Social Interaction Anxiety?

February 24, 2012

Social phobias that include social interaction anxiety may be common, but they still are a very unpleasant experience for those who have them. Social anxiety affects more than seven percent of the world’s population by some estimates, and is the third largest problem in mental health care. The chances that any particular person might be […]

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3 Top Tips on How to Help Social Anxiety

November 26, 2011

Do you have a tendency to draw up and slide to the back of the room whenever you are in a public setting? Have you been labeled shy your entire life because of the way you act in public? This condition can make daily life processes painfully difficult, causing problems functioning at work, in relationships, […]

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