People can get social anxiety from various things such as public speaking, being in large groups of people, eating in front of other people, or making small talk. Margarita Tartakovsky's M.S article on psychcentral.com discusses various ways to help you deal with these anxietys. For example if you have severe social anxiety that keeps you from going to school or from going out in public, than therapy would be a great option for you. If you experience slight anxietys from certain social situations, Margarita suggests trying deep breathing.
Trying to meet financial, work, and family responsibilities is enough to make most people stressed and anxious. And add to that any physical illness, mental illness, or recovery from addiction and life can begin to feel incredibly challenging.
A lot of people mistaken worry for anxiety. However these two feelings are completely different. Although they are different they can be associated with one another. Sometimes worry and anxiety can be difficult to differentiate. Guy Winch Ph.D., a contributor writer for Psychology Today, says there are 10 crucial differences between worry and anxiety.
Everyone, at some point in their life, they are can have an overwhelming feeling of stress. This can be caused by work, school, or stuff in your personal life you may be going through. The levels of stress people few can all be different, depending on the person. Everyone handles stressful situations differently. Here are some helpful was to relieve stress.
Alana Saltz, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, shares an article about what it's like to live with social anxiety. According to Saltz, living with social anxiety can be hard. She mentions that her social anxiety makes her appear a certain way to people, when that's not what she is trying to do.