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10 Things You Never Realize from social anxiety

diaz212

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Have you ever been grasped with an absolute nervous at the idea of calling to rent a car? Gone over four miles out of your way for the shake of finding a drive thru fast food restaurant where you don’t need to talk to nobody except the machine? Stopped going with your office mate at lunch because they don’t even laugh on a joke you made?

Feeling so very uncomfortable, often at random situations, that you can’t breathe well and think clearly what’s going on around you.

How to tell if you have social anxiety? It’s not easy. Anxiety may come in various forms. It can be a panic attacks, social anxiety, or phobia. Moreover, the distinction between a normal anxiety and official diagnosis is not always that clear.

Here how you would better go; If you really experience any of the following signs, you have to start to think about talking with your doctor.

1. Your weekend agenda is to cook dinner for yourself and watch your new movie series.

You either cook your special dinner, to be eaten by yourself alone, or, spend a whole weekend at your home. You just don’t want to hang out, mingle or any socialize things ideas. You are tired of the pleasant interactions others have even with the stranger they first meet at the bar, and you can’t do the same. You just can’t bring yourself. The idea of being around crowded people are frightened you up.
2. Your wonderful short holiday version is staying at home with the internet, book, and television.

You have all social media accounts; Facebook, Twitter, Path, Instagram, you name it! People would have thought you have a great social life and millions friends, but in the other hand it is totally wrong. You are able to communicate on social media but in person, you get sucked. You can;t find even a word. It is much easier to having not face-to-face communication and you just enjoy it since so long time.
3. You are fine with your 2 best friends ever. Do not seek any more or build new relationship in any kind.

You really enjoy your very small friendship zone, and you are still fine if you rarely see them. They always invite you to come to a social gatherings, you always find tons of excuses to not attend it too. You only want to have time with them when there is no other stranger. You are okay if they have other friends, not even a jealousy like any usual friendship gangs do. The idea of having new relationship is funny for you.
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Have you ever been grasped with an absolute nervous at the idea of calling to rent a car? Gone over four miles out of your way for the shake of finding a drive thru fast food restaurant where you don’t need to talk to nobody except the machine? Stopped going with your office mate at lunch because they don’t even laugh on a joke you made?

Feeling so very uncomfortable, often at random situations, that you can’t breathe well and think clearly what’s going on around you.

How to tell if you have social anxiety? It’s not easy. Anxiety may come in various forms. It can be a panic attacks, social anxiety, or phobia. Moreover, the distinction between a normal anxiety and official diagnosis is not always that clear.

Here how you would better go; If you really experience any of the following signs, you have to start to think about talking with your doctor.

1. Your weekend agenda is to cook dinner for yourself and watch your new movie series.



2. Your wonderful short holiday version is staying at home with the internet, book, and television.



3. You are fine with your 2 best friends ever. Do not seek any more or build new relationship in any kind.



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this actually sounds like How To Tell If You're an Old Person or Not.

the older you get the more this sort of lifestyle appeals.

Just sayn.
 
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