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“Nobody realises that some people expend tremendous amounts of energy, just to appear normal.”
Awkwardness, discomfort, and downright fear of social interactions takes various forms: shyness, taciturn attitudes, stage-fright, clumsy behaviour, and, on the extreme end – full-blown social paranoia, and a persistent desire for reclusiveness.
The most intense forms are often deemed relevant for therapy/clinical interventions. However, we tend to ignore the quieter, more hidden manifestations. They may appear less serious, but may actually be more threatening. Their subtle nature is simply an indication of how deeply ingrained they are, in the psyche of the individual suffering from it. Here are a few helpful suggestions on how to combat social anxiety:
One fine day, you'll realise you've made it a habit to be community-oriented when it comes to sharing your accomplishments. That's not the signature of a socially anxious person, is it? You’ve won!
According To Research, If You Want To Bust Stress And Anxiety, You Should Play Games. It’s True!
People With Blood Pressure And Anxiety, Around The World, Can’t Stop Obsessing Over This Japanese Technique
From ’Text Neck’ To Beyond. You Are At Risk Of These Physical Consequences If You Text Too Much
A New Study Finds Links Between Food Allergy And Anxiety
The Hidden Culprit Behind Anxiety And Depression Might Be In Your Gut
As Per Research, This Exercise Can Help You Meet Both Your Physical And Mental Health Goals
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