social phobia

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It is okay to admit that anxiety is a real, terrifying medical condition.
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If you feel emotional discomfort about social situations, interactions with others, or being evaluated or judged by others, you may have "social anxiety" -- a problem shared by almost 20 million others in the United States.
People aren't on the sidelines judging our lives with the clipboard and whistle, and we shouldn't be either.
Nobody cares about you. Furthermore, nobody thinks about you, watches you, keeps track of what you're wearing, or notices the words you mispronounce. And yes, this is wonderful news!
Working with social anxiety - and phobias - can take many forms including therapy, meditation, and medication. And I have found that humor also helps.