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Social Anxiety Disorder VS Avoidant Personality Disorder

Social Anxiety Disorder VS Avoidant Personality Disorder

Avoidant personality disorder is simply a personality abnormality, whereas social phobia is a purely neurological response.

Social anxiety disorder is a type of neurosis characterized by recurrent, unrealistic fears.

Afraid of being stared at in public, afraid of being the center of a crowd. On social occasions, also dare not look up, dare not to look at people, anything will be indecent and embarrassed, serious people will completely avoid social, a person living in the space, so often let others feel some weird. Some friends show anxiety, sweating, shaking during social interaction, and so on.

Avoidant personality disorder is a personality characteristic that avoids interpersonal interaction and things.

Avoidant personality disorder has a significant impact on daily life, work, study, and interpersonal relationships. On the one hand, they want to contact the outside world; But on the other hand, they do not behave satisfactorily, can not get the state they want, so they dare not take the initiative to communicate with the outside world. At the same time, the heart will also be very resistant, always worried that it will make a mistake, began to fully inhibit social communication, its inner performance is a kind of escape strategy.

 

Avoidant personality disorder may develop into a neurological disorder.

In the later stages of the development of avoidant personality disorder, they become very anxious, and even before they have socialized with others, they have already imagined what might happen next, and they are afraid to socialize at all. If this condition is not changed, it can later develop into a neurological disorder. Avoidant personality disorder is simply manifested in personality abnormality, whereas social anxiety disorder is a completely neurological response.

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