The message in this video is the same message that we’ve communicated in almost all of our posts. We believe that the reason Social Anxiety exists is because there is something malignant in today society and it centers around our culture of consumerism.
In order to find the cause of Social Anxiety and Excessive shyness, we have to look deep down inside ourselves and our environment. We are directly linked to the communities we live in. Our introverted nature, as socially anxious individuals, is directly related to the environment we grow up in.
Fear and anxiety can dull the senses, reshape the brain and kill neurons. The loss of sensitivity includes a diminished ability to recognize and respond to the feelings of others. Social Anxiety develops from repeated negative experiences, largely due to our insensitivity to others. Continue reading “Empathy ~ An Unlikely Fix for Social Anxiety”→
While it is necessary to consult a doctor if you have a physical health problem, you may not have been made aware that certain physical conditions (including your daily habits) are capable of causing chronic anxiety. Continue reading “Physical Causes for Anxiety”→
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 comorbidityand it makesaccuratediagnosis 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.”→