5 Ways to Help Overcome Social Anxiety
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, social anxiety disorder affects 6.8% of the U.S. population, or 15 million people. Social anxiety goes beyond just a tendency to act shy around others; it can completely debilitate the sufferer and make it almost impossible to enjoy social situations. People with social anxiety have an extreme fear of being judged or ridiculed by others, and everyday life can become a constant battle.
Many people who suffer from social anxiety feel powerless against their emotions and symptoms, but the following simple practices can make a world of difference when you start feeling anxious in social situations.
HERE ARE 5 WAYS TO HELP OVERCOME SOCIAL ANXIETY: