How Does a Socially Anxious Person Become Socially Balanced?

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Being socially anxious is a condition that makes it difficult for people with the disorder to willingly engage in social interactions. This anxiety can manifest itself as debilitating fears and worries about how the person will be perceived by others, leading to a lack of involvement in social activities.




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Katy Morin

Katy Morin

I help people who struggle with loneliness and isolation due to social anxiety, feel confident, and experience happiness with other people.

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