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Publisher's Summary

Are you looking for a complete guide on social anxiety for breaking free from this painful issue and improving your social skills? Do you have an extreme fear of having others judge you? Are you uncomfortable or fear meeting new people and avoid doing so if you can? 

If you find that you identify with some of the situations mentioned or you know of someone who is suffering from a social anxiety disorder, this book will define what the disorder is and explain how it impacts those who live with a social anxiety disorder and those around them. 

These feeling can make it hard for you to go about your day, like talking to people at school or work if you’ve been having these feelings for at least six months or more. Also called social phobia, social anxiety disorder is one of the most common mental health disorders after substance abuse and depression.

Social anxiety disorder is the intense anxiety of being judged, evaluated negatively, rejected in social situations, and watched by others which bring about a persistent, powerful fear. This affects your school, work, and everyday activities. Friendships may be hard to make and keep. The hard part of having this condition is having the ability to ask for help.

This audiobook covers the following topics:

  • Understanding how social anxiety was born
  • Step to release inner trust
  • How to overcome the fear of speaking in public or to specific people
  • Accept social anxiety and admit that you are shy about yourself
  • Useful exercise to prevent social anxiety
  • What to do to no longer avoid people but welcome them to work on ourselves
  • Observing your thoughts
  • What to do in practice
  • The art of acceptance
  • Start a conversation with anyone
  • Living with a purpose
  • Improve your diet
  • And much more

It is more likely for individuals with social anxiety disorder to have a generalized kind of this disorder. When anticipatory anxiety, depression, worry, and inferiority feelings, among others, cut across most situations in life, a generalized type of social anxiety is involved.

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©2020 Grace Harris, Ryan Clark (P)2020 Grace Harris, Ryan Clark

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