Re: Wonders About Social Anxiety
Hey there! I can totally relate to your experiences back in my high school days, and somewhat in my initial college years. Here's a fact: peoples' eyes are everywhere, so there's a good chance if you look, you'll meet their gaze. Then you Might think: true, but they're also with a smurk or something. That may not be the reality, or may be, but not may be related to you. That is, pardon the expression, the purest form of unwanted egoccentric behaviour. We feel all eyes on us, even if not or if they are, by coincidence, we feel judged, diminished or inferior. We need to break this behaviour because its not good for our inner self. There will be a point where it can turn into anxiety prone behaviour, if we insist on it. You may tend to isolate, seek distance, avoid people, which is not good, my challenge for you is: pretend to be cool, even if you're not. Play along. They look, look aswell! Anything bad will happen (besides you blushing or sweating the first few times hehe)? Absolutely not! You have a friend here who understands you. Take care!
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