Face Your Fears

As far as I can remember, I’ve always been afraid. Afraid of looking stupid, afraid of people judging me, afraid of being laughed at.

Fear was part of my everyday life. Each day: apprehension, avoidance, pain.

Anxiety about what I said. Afraid of saying something wrong. Worry about what others might think of me. Fear of rejection, of not fitting in. Anxious to take part in a conversation, fear of not knowing…

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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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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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