How does Social Phobia affect people?
Social Phobia (also called Social Anxiety) is a where the sufferer feels anxious in social situations which may put them “on the spot” or in a position where they feel they could be judged. For example you may feel anxious when speaking in front of your colleagues at work whilst in a meeting or at a conference. Perhaps you feel jittery being introduced to a group of new people. You may be worried you will embarrass yourself by what you say or do. You might generally worry what other people think of you. You may lack confidence, blush, have a negative self image or have difficulty in being assertive. Social phobia is probably one of the most common phobias people suffer from, as a lot of us can feel judged from time to time, it just depends on the severity of how it affects your life which can be the problem.
Suggestion therapy provides excellent results in giving a boost to your self esteem and help you deal with situations which make you feel anxious. Get in touch with me to book in for a free consultation to help with your social anxiety.
Do you suffer from these feelings?
- Fear of failure/saying the wrong thing
- Fear of being humiliated
- Feeling of being judged
- Fear of being put on the spot
- Fear of public speaking
- Heart palpitations
- Lack of confidence/shyness
- Stammering or stuttering when talking
- Sweaty palms