6 Rules for Addressing Your Fears More Successfully

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Social anxiety is often the fear of being judged, criticized, rejected and sometimes even humiliated by others. It can range from mild to severe and when it gets bad, agoraphobia can develop. People who suffer from social anxiety are afraid of doing or saying things in public that might embarrass or humiliate them because they are afraid of humiliation and being “looked down upon”.

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I help people who struggle with loneliness and isolation due to social anxiety, feel confident, and experience happiness with other people.

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Katy Morin

Katy Morin

I help people who struggle with loneliness and isolation due to social anxiety, feel confident, and experience happiness with other people.

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