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Every relationship between two people can trigger anxiety at any time

Every relationship between two people can trigger anxiety at any time

By Kim Pitman | 2021/11/09 01 People are lonely, and communication can alleviate this loneliness. But frustrated communication will deepen this loneliness and also trigger the anxiety that comes with interpersonal relationships. So, communication is a risky thing to do. But people will still take the first step to communicate actively to get the one in a million chance of successful communication. I wouldn't trust someone who doesn't need to...

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Taking you into the world of living with a social anxiety disorder - you never understand them, but laugh!

Taking you into the world of living with a social anxiety disorder - you never understand them, but laugh!

By Amelia Turner | 2021/11/03 Social anxiety disorder, also called social phobia, refers specifically to anxiety about interpersonal situations. Social anxiety begins early, often in childhood and adolescence, even as early as 3 to 4 years of age in preschoolers, and is often perceived as shy and introverted, with symptoms more pronounced in young adulthood and a tendency to decrease or remit with age. Social anxiety disorder is characterized by intense fear...

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How to turn social phobia into an advantage?

How to turn social phobia into an advantage?

By  Mason Weaver | 2021/11/01. If I tell my friends that I have a social phobia, they will call me a liar by pointing at my nose. Whether it's a presentation to 100 people, business collaboration, organizational management, or team training, there is no point in any of these activities that will convince them that I have a social phobia. In fact, I wouldn't say I liked going out on the...

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How to overcome social anxiety disorder

How to overcome social anxiety disorder

Interpersonal communication and relationship People get together with others to meet each other's needs — both material and spiritual. For example, friends are together to keep each other company, play and have fun together without competition or conflict of interest. Friends can also work together, complement each other, and face and solve problems in life together for a common goal. Friends are equal. No question is higher or lower, who...

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