Blog Posts - Social Anxiety



Anxiety Sucks

My face was pressed against the window in the back seat of the family’s green station wagon.  I sat quietly waiting for my dad to finish work.  I watched as he walked out the door and locked it.  Then the ritual began but I did not k...
by Just A Thought on Dec 19, 2016

What is Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia.)

By David Joel Miller. Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia.) Was 300.23 now F40.10. Social Anxiety Disorder sometimes called Social Phobia is far more common and debilitating here in the United States than is generally recognized. The most recent...
by counseolrssoapbox on Mar 4, 2016

My highlights of 2015

What’s up, everyone! Today is the final day of 2015 and I thought it would be fun to close off this year by sharing my highlights of this year. A lot has happened in one year. A lot of good stuff, which I am very happy about. First things first...
by ITSLEANDER.NET | By Leander on Dec 31, 2015

Psychologists dispute continuum theory of sexual orientation

Washington State University researchers have established a categorical distinction between people who are heterosexual and those who are not. By analyzing the reported sexual behavior, identity and attraction of more than 33,000 American adults, they...
by PsyPost on Nov 20, 2015

When You’re An Socially Anxious Potato (November Goals)

“Social anxiety disorder, also called social phobia, is an anxiety disorder in which a person has an excessive and unreasonable fear of social situations. Anxiety (intense nervousness) and self-consciousness arise from a fear of being closely w...
by Bummy LDR Couple on Nov 1, 2015

Spiritpreneur School 24! Is Your Mental Health Getting in the Way of Your Dreams? (Video)

Author Agyei Ekundayo’s jarring memoir chronicles the cyclical mental illness of an African American girl who comes of age in a cruelly dismissive culture and patchwork healthcare system. The pages of this book expose a timeline of clarity and...

Because Confessions are Good for the Soul

A while back, I asked some awesome fellow bloggers to critique my blog, and asked for any suggestions as to why I get plenty of traffic but rarely any comments.  "It just kind of seems like you don't need anything from the reader," one person sa...

The 4 Characteristics To Transform Your Life!

Today we’re going to look at the four characteristics of a warrior mindset. Here are the four characteristics of a warrior mindset: Knowing What You Want Committing Yourself to Your Goal Taking Courageous Action Determination to Finish What You Sta...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 5, 2015

How Generalized Anxiety Disorder Manifests into a Person’s Life

Anxiety is a protective mechanism. It makes you alert before something happens. So, even healthy adults can experience anxiety if something crucial is imminent. But if you feel it too often, even when there is nothing to worry about, you might be hav...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 4, 2015

SOCIAL ANXIETY: How to overcome the fear of your own shadow

SOCIAL ANXIETY: Scared of my own shadow Imagine you’re walking down the street and every person is staring at you. Laughter is heard from behind, and you know it’s in some way related to you. Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of enga...
by The Mindful Word on Jul 21, 2015

How to Conquer Limiting Beliefs About Success! The Gratitude and Trust Summit (Video)

Let’s talk about how to conquer limiting beliefs about success! Thank you to Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson for the invitation to speak at the Gratitude and Trust Summit.   How to believe in yourself… [YouTube Link]    ...

9 Tips for the Socially Awkward

When I was growing up, my mom was the social butterfly, and my dad was the kind of man that made situations extremely uncomfortable by giving one-worded answers. Ask my boyfriend to tell you the story and you will see … Continue reading →...
by Okiro Life on Jun 29, 2015

9 Tips for the Socially Awkward

When I was growing up, my mom was the social butterfly, and my dad was the kind of man that made situations extremely uncomfortable by giving one-worded answers. Ask my boyfriend to tell you the story and you will see … Continue reading →...
by Okiro Life on Jun 29, 2015

Social Anxiety and Peer Helping in Adolescent Addiction Treatment

In treatment, youths with social anxiety disorder (SAD) may avoid participating in therapeutic activities with risk of negative peer appraisal. Peer-helping is a low-intensity, social activity in the 12-step program associated with greater abstinenc...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Jun 10, 2015

Helping Others Helps Us.

In AA they say people who engage in service, i.e. helping out at meetings, sharing, making the tea and coffee, sponsoring others, helping on A A telephone helplines, inter group etc  have a much greater chance of staying sober and in recovery  long...

How to Shine Even if You’re Introverted, Shy, Or Have Social Anxiety (Video)

Do you have social anxiety? Are you shy? Are you an introverted person? Here’s how to shine with confidence and believe in yourself regardless! Find tools to empower your life as a sacred bombshell, business bombshell, and spiritpreneur at OwnY...

10 Rad Poetry Slam Videos You Must Watch

It’s National Poetry Month! Celebrate with these amazing poetry slam performances. “Black College” (Poets Unknown) On racial conformity and college: “Fantastic Breasts and Where To Find Them” by Brenna Twohy On erotic f...
by Book Riot on Apr 13, 2015

Is your Anxiety a disease?

By David Joel Miller Some fear is normal, too much is a disorder. Pain, Anxiety, Depression, Stress Photo courtesy of Flickr (marsmet481) How can you tell if your fears and anxieties are normal or are they the signs of a … Continue reading U...
by counseolrssoapbox on Feb 9, 2015

The 10 Major Causes Of Anxiety Revealed

In the present days, we are living a fast paced life subject to many types of stress and strains of our bodies as well of the mind and this becomes one of the great causes of anxiety. Constant feeling stress leads to anxiety and when you have repeate...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jan 25, 2015

Bursting Your GAD Bubble And Overcoming Anxiety

Have you recently experienced what it’s like to be in the GAD bubble? You know that new perception of the world being much smaller than what it really is, that disconnected feeling between you and the world, that distorted world that is only ha...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 15, 2014


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