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Do any of these things happen to you?

 

This could be i every general day life.

 

Aspects of social anxiety

 

 

Social anxiety affects our body our feelings and behaviour and thinking, but it dose not affect everyone i exactly the same way.

Think about things that might happen to you while you are anxious in social situations

if the things that you notice are not on the list below then add them yourself.

 

Examples of effects on your body

  • Shaking or trembling
  • Sweating
  • Blushing
  • Tension
  • Racing Heart

 

Examples of effects on your feelings or emotions

 

  • Panicky feelings
  • Fear. apprehension, nervousness
  • Frustration, irritation, anger
  • Shame
  • Sadness, depression, feeling hopeless

 

Examples of effects on behaviours

 

  • Avoiding places people or activities
  • Escaping from difficult situations
  • Protecting yourself from things you fear
  • Trying not to attract attention

 

Examples of effects on thinking

 

  • Worrying about what others think of you
  • Becoming painfully self-concious and self-aware
  • Dwelling on things you thought you did wrong
  • believing or assuming that you are inadequate

 

bankes4me

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I guess most people have some aspects of what you have said from time to time, its part and parcel of being human. Problems can arise when people feel they are not able to cope..

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This is in fact a well proven method of diagnosing An anxiety disorder and it is common with people with financial difficulty (CBT).

 

Bankers4me

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Did you know

 

If you do these things for more than an hour a day It is diagnosable as Obsessive compulsion disorder.

 

Bankers4me

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Its always nice to have somebody to tell though isnt it.

 

Im certain that others would appreciate our comments.

 

I myself suffer from it most of the time.

 

bankers4me

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Self management can include not taking one self too seriously and laughing at others that do. lol..

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It can laughing is a good coping strategy, and is used by others that deny they have this sort of anxiety in there daily lives.

 

Its a shame when Things can not be sorted out in time cause the worst thing anxiety can do is cause a life ending event "suicide".

 

bankers4me

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Have read at the stickkyys in the debt forum. There is some extra info there as well as the bailiff section...


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