How To Show Your Vulnerability When You Have Social Anxiety

Not being able to show your vulnerability when you have social anxiety is one of the most frustrating things that happens in life. We often hide our true selves, trying to avoid rejection and pain, but these days everything is more accessible. All it takes is a few seconds on camera or even a simple act of kindness from an acquaintance — something that we can do without any fear of…




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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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