by Terry Gault
If you avoid social situations due to anxiety, you may have Social Anxiety Disorder. Read on – this is a useful article by the Chicago Tribune.
It’s natural to feel some nervousness in certain social situations, such as talking in front of others, confronting a problem with someone or being among strangers. But social anxiety disorder goes beyond this, causing an excessive anxiety or fear of activities and situations in which you believe that others are watching you or judging you. In addition, you may fear that you’ll embarrass or humiliate yourself.
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