Social Anxiety is incredibly common. You may experience dread and extreme discomfort when encountering certain social situations. You may fear that you will appear awkward in front of others or that they will judge you. You may also feel that you do not have the communication skills to handle the nuances of social interactions. As a result, you likely avoid social situations or possibly use drugs or alcohol to cope.
Although avoidance seems to reduce your anxiety, over time it can restrict your life and lead to feelings of depression, loneliness, and hopelessness. Without help, social anxiety can cause distress and unhappiness and interfere with the life that you want to live. We get Social Anxiety and help you live the life you deserve.