Define social anxiety
if you got tested it probably be either
general anxiety disorder
or both (my case :D)
The feeling of which one is being judged; the individual not seeming to be able to think clearly because of fear. It disrupts ones actions; such as doing a kind deed for another; or speaking publicly. That is how I can define it at least.
"general anxiety disorder
or both (my case :D)"
"The feeling of which one is being judged; the individual not seeming to be able to think clearly because of fear. It disrupts ones actions; such as doing a kind deed for another; or speaking publicly. That is how I can define it at least."
Pretty sure everyone gets those feelings to some degree
here you guys go
Generalized anxiety disorder:
People with GAD can’t seem to get rid of their concerns, even though they usually realize that their anxiety is more intense than the situation warrants. They can’t relax, startle easily, and have difficulty concentrating. Often they have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
People with social phobia are afraid of doing common things in front of other people. For example, they might be afraid to sign a check in front of a cashier at the grocery store, or they might be afraid to eat or drink in front of other people, or use a public restroom. Most people who have social phobia know that they shouldn't be as afraid as they are, but they can't control their fear. Sometimes, they end up staying away from places or events where they think they might have to do something that will embarrass them. For some people, social phobia is a problem only in certain situations, while others have symptoms in almost any social situation.
I guess I have Social phobia unfortunately; not badly; as I can control it for the most part by chaffing myself in some form.
See I feel like those are a lot more specific and extreme than what people have and think is social anxiety
You should talk to a professional about it
but i don't think you have social phobia, or at least no where near the level I do
I can only talk comfortably around my family
I cant order my own food at a restaurant, or even look the waiter in the eyes
I have trouble using a public restroom with other people around
I avoid going anywhere where i would have to socialize
I can't directly talk to someone walking my be on the street
I get nervous when there is someone close to me
I will not go into a room with kids my age
If I went to public school i could NEVER give a presentation in front of the class
I will worry every second out in public what everyone passing by thinks of me
I will worry about what i wore that day, and how my hair is
I will have a mini-anxiety attack every time i get corrected (thanks 1st grade teacher)
You should be fine though :)
Wow cooked, that's serious
I only have a medium GAD thing going
"The Sauza so malo...", and then she said "You need to grow up."
Well, It's entirely impossible to determine whether your anxiety will ever truly resolve, It's a condition that requires you to try to the best of your ability to change your perception of the situation's that trigger your anxiety, It's certainly not a condition that I would personally consider easy to resolve.
There's going to be many times when the anxiety affects your over-all thinking to such a degree that you may even become frightened and terrified so much that it could significantly affect your quality of life and perhaps trigger depressive thoughts, It can also worsen in many cases depending on the situation.
Over-all, although "Social Anxiety Disorder" may be a very depressing condition that can often cause you to be extremely paranoid and frightened and although it can be a very difficult and to handle and can last for a very long duration of time, the outcome depends on how you decide to manage the problem.
"Social Anxiety Disorder"
Actually, "Generalized Anxiety Disorder" would be appropriate as social anxiety is a form of the disorder itself.
Honestly to get rid of Social Anxiety you have to just break your shell.
Much like putting on a fake smile, happy or not, can often make you happy... Just being outgoing weather thats your personality or not can help you get used to socializing and the anxiety will leave
I pretty much have that; but I can't even talk onfront of my family without getting nervous; my heart rate climbing; my mouth clenching tightly as I use my willpower to fight what possess me. I don't quite have a panic attack when questioned; but an unexpected question results badly for me; as my thoughts are scrambled; my carefully place words demolished; untimely making me look foolish.