Discover How To Overcome Fear And Free Yourself From Pain, Distress And Anxiety For Life
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We all feel some butterflies when meeting new people. This is just our bodies’ way of reacting to unfamiliar situations or people. You feel blank and uncertain about what you would say or do if you actually get the chance to meet, talk or interact with new people. Whether it is going on a blind date, an interview, or any other social function, the mere thought that you are about to meet strangers sends chills down your spine. As humans, we have a strong need to protect our image, so if we feel this image is threatened in any way, we would rather avoid putting ourselves in harm’s way altogether, as far as this image is concerned.
Although this is completely normal, there comes a time when our minds start lying to us on what the other person might think about us. It does not matter whether you are actively interacting with such a person or not, but the simple fact that you are around strangers could make you start thinking of some pretty nasty things about yourself. Such thoughts include “do they think I am not well dressed?”, “are my clothes too baggy/tight?”, “am I going to make a fool of myself?”, “will people notice that I am trembling?”, “do they like my hair color?”, “are they laughing at my jokes or are they laughing at me?” and so on.
These easily cloud your mind and paralyze you. You start feeling completely uncomfortable around people. These negative remarks that you say to yourself may sometimes cross the line, resulting in what is called a social anxiety disorder. And as I said, we all want to protect our image, so when you feel that you are likely to damage your image, the best option is often avoiding social situations as much as possible, just to ensure that you do not get to experience that. Well, while this is completely okay, it means that you cannot enjoy life to the fullest when you isolate yourself in a “cocoon” just to avoid talking to people. In fact, you are likely to suffer from depression if you are socially isolated.
This eBook contains actionable steps and strategies on how to overcome fear and free yourself from pain, distress and anxiety for life.
I know you have tried to change with no success; it can be frustrating to just wake up one day and say that you will experience the fear of social situations. I know that you are fully aware that the fear is unfounded and unreasonable, however the simple fact that you feel powerless when anxiety strikes means that you need help. The truth is that fear always overrides or defeats any willpower that you might have but this does not mean that you cannot do anything about your social anxiety. If you are tired of feeling inadequate, humiliated, embarrassed, inferior or depressed whenever you are in social situations, you can use this eBook to learn how to unchain yourself from the traps of social anxiety forever, so that you can start becoming the social being that you have always wanted to become.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
- Social Anxiety: The Basics
- Symptoms Of Social Anxiety Disorder
- The Different Varieties Of Social Anxiety Disorder
- What Has Been Making It So Hard For You To Overcome Social Anxiety Disorder?
- How To Overcome Social Anxiety Disorder
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