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Social anxiety is defined as an intense, persistent fear of being judged, negatively evaluated, or rejected in a social or performance situation. Those who live with this may struggle with school, work, church and other social situations such as parties, weddings, and family celebrations. Are you constantly self-aware, scared of doing or saying the wrong thing?
In social anxiety, words and gestures are often blown out of proportion, you may fear that the smallest thing that you have said or done may impact the way that others see you. This fear can become debilitating and prevent you from attending events that others take great pleasure in.
There are methods that can help you to keep social anxiety manageable, so you can begin to relax and enjoy yourself this Holiday season. Things to Start Doing if you Have Social Anxiety.