It is hard to look people in the eyes when you are ashamed of your past actions. How we feel about the things we’ve done can sometimes be like carrying around a large weight on our shoulders.
Continue reading “How Shame Weighs Down the Socially Anxious Person”
Social Anxiety is a vicious cycle. It is a feedback loop that self sustains.
The more tense and anxious you are the more your thinking is blurred and the more you react to situations without proper judgment and foresight. Continue reading “The Practice of Letting Go”
When trying to narrow down what the cause of our social anxiety is, there can sometimes be complications if we have several existing conditions at the same time. This is known as comorbidity and it makes accurate diagnosis extremely difficult. In other cases, it may appear we have one disorder when actually we have something all together different. This article will explore how some disorders can have symptoms that overlap and make it difficult to know just what the problem is. Continue reading “Social Anxiety Could Be Confused for Something else and misdiagnosed.”