Monthly Archives: August 2011

Social Anxiety at the Gym: How to Be More Socially Confident and Lessen Your Anxiety at the Gym

If you have social anxiety, the thought of going to the gym for a good workout might give you the jitters. You might wonder how you’ll possibly get through your exercise regimen with other people around–people who, you might imagine, … Continue reading

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Social Anxiety in College: How to Begin College Successfully as a Young Adult with Social Anxiety

The college years are often thought of as the most exciting times of a young person’s life–and that’s for more than just the education.  It’s the time we’re supposed to “find ourselves”, have fun, and learn how to communicate with … Continue reading

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A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With The First Step

In your struggles with social anxiety, keep in mind:  the first step is usually the hardest.  You might be overwhelmed with fear of social situations, loneliness, and depression, wondering if things will ever improve; you might even erroneously conclude that … Continue reading

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Social Anxiety at Parties: How to Become More Engaged at Parties if You Have Social Anxiety

Parties are a part of life for many people–they’re fun occasions to gather with friends, meet new people, and dive into some interesting conversations.  However, if you have social anxiety at parties, such events can seem “forbidden” to you. The … Continue reading

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