How to take control of your Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety is more common than we like to admit. Many of us worry so much about what people think of us that we lose sight of the most important thing of all: living our lives and doing what we enjoy.

Life is slowly but surely starting to return to some kind of normality and having social anxiety, even in a mild form, might be particularly difficult for some. We have become used to being restricted to our homes and workplaces which has limited our opportunities to interact with others as we normally would have.

Getting back out there can be difficult, especially if you find social situations anxiety provoking. Let’s start by describing what social anxiety is. Social anxiety is feeling anxious and shy in social situations with people outside of your normal day to day life. The tendency to overthink how you come across to other people, what they think or say about you, how you look are ‘the usual suspects’ when experiencing social anxiety. The fear of feeling embarrassed or being humiliated can become so uncomfortable that you actually begin to avoid going anywhere, altogether.

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