Blog Posts - Social Anxiety



Neurofeedback for Social Anxiety

A recent PsyBlog post is titled Why exercise and relaxation techniques benefit the socially anxious. The article talks about Queen’s College research that shows that people actually view their environment differently (as less threatening) aft...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Dec 15, 2014

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

Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Eliminate Your Health Anxiety?

Those that deal with anxiety on a daily basis know how debilitating it can be. It’s also very easy to get stuck in a loop of thinking that there is no way to get any help. It’s important to also understand that there is help no matter how bad it...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 6, 2014

5 Healthiest And Unhealthiest Habits When Dealing With Anxiety

Anxiety is something we’ve all probably experienced in our lives at some point. Maybe we’ve lived through a life-threatening moment where our heart races, or we’ve felt anxious about a test or even before a hospital procedure. We may have had t...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 3, 2014

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by Funny Pictures on Nov 19, 2014

The Absolute #1 Worst Thing About Social Anxiety

What is the worst thing about social anxiety? For anyone that has social anxiety there are probably a number of things that come to mind straight away. Whether it be speaking in public being comparable to skydiving, or the simple act of going out for...
by Anxiety Killed The Cat on Nov 6, 2014

The Absolute #1 Worst Thing About Social Anxiety

What is the worst thing about social anxiety? For anyone that has social anxiety there are probably a number of things that come to mind straight away. Whether it be speaking in public being comparable to skydiving, or the simple act of going out for...
by Anxiety Killed The Cat on Nov 6, 2014

The Absolute #1 Worst Thing About Social Anxiety

What is the worst thing about social anxiety? For anyone that has social anxiety there are probably a number of things that come to mind straight away. Whether it be speaking in public being comparable to skydiving, or the simple act of going out for...
by Anxiety Killed The Cat on Nov 6, 2014

Addiction Help: How Social Anxiety Can Play A Role in Addiction

Perhaps you can recall back to your first few experiences of drugs or alcohol. Perhaps you remember that what drove you to want to drink or use drugs in social situations. You didn’t want to feel horribly embarrassed and you wanted to fit in with f...
by Recovery Advocates on Oct 31, 2014

Panic goodbye – panic and anxiety attacks, disorder, causes, symptoms, cures, treatment

“Say Goodbye To Your Anxiety And Panic Attacks Quickly And  Permanently!  Get Immediate Control of Your Life… Be Free From Fear Forever…”   Do You Want To Cure Your Panic Attacks And[...]...
by Body Health on Oct 24, 2014

What causes an anxiety Disorder?

Stressful issues happen in everyday life, for example starting at a new college, moving, or missing a mother or father in death or divorces. Any kind of these points can trigger the start of an anxiety disorder. A few teens, unfortunately, grow an an...
by Medical Assessment on Oct 22, 2014

Panic goodbye – panic and anxiety attacks, disorder, causes, symptoms, cures, treatment

“Say Goodbye To Your Anxiety And Panic Attacks Quickly And  Permanently!  Get Immediate Control of Your Life… Be Free From Fear Forever…”   Do You Want To Cure Your Panic Attacks And[...]...
by Body Health on Oct 14, 2014

Use A Simple Anxiety Busting Trick at Your Next Social Event... Secret to Social Confidence!

Today I’ve got a video for you which shows an astonishing statistic that we discovered when we...
by I Am Infinite Eternal... on Oct 2, 2014

Maybe That Person isn’t Really Being Rude

“Can you believe that? She just walked right past me and didn’t even stop to chat.” “Have you noticed that he’s been sitting alone through this whole conference? Anti-social much?” “What a b*tch!” “How rude!” “She’s so stuck u...
by Creative Cynchronicity on Oct 1, 2014

A Message Of Hope In The Face Of Fear And Anxiety (Video)

Coping with constant fear and anxiety due to health concerns can not only be frustrating, but exhausting as well. Many times people who have to deal with the fear and anxiety cycle don’t really have anyone to turn to. ‘Regular’ peop...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 27, 2014

Solving The Anxiety Puzzle With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

What I truly love about cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders is the idea of focusing on the here, and now. Unlike traditional therapy where they dive deep into your past history for what seems like an eternity with no results. Cognitive...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 26, 2014

The Secret to Social Confidence... An astonishing statistic on Confidence Issue!

Today I’ve got a video for you which shows an astonishing statistic that we discovered when we...
by I Am Infinite Eternal... on Sep 17, 2014

Ways to overcome shyness

By David Joel Miller Here are some suggestions to get past your shyness Shyness can keep you on the sidelines and out of life. Some people have been shy since early childhood and others are only shy in certain social … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Aug 18, 2014

Does Difficult Decision Making And Anxiety Go Hand In Hand?

Anxiety brings with it many faces, but i’m sure you knew that already from experience. One of the most annoying symptoms of anxiety is the inability to properly make a decision. To have a mind clear enough to decide right then and there whether...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 19, 2014

What Are The Real Affects Of Anxiety On You?

Unfortunately, anxiety can have a profound impact upon a sufferer’s life and relationships. To cope with the symptoms of anxiety and panic, people may start smoking or drinking too much, or misusing drugs. They can also start to avoid certain si...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 16, 2014


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