May 22, 2017
Wallflower syndrome getting you down?
A social anxiety disorder is also known as a social phobia. This common mental disorder involves fear, nervousness, discomfort and avoiding any interference in your everyday routine. Common fears: Avoiding doing things or interacting with people. Humiliation and being judged. Always expecting the worst and having negative thoughts in social situations and spaces. Being the centre of attention. Losing control of your feelings. These disorders could be chronic or last just a few years. The onset of trauma may be a trigger too. Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) A severe ongoing anxiety that interferes with the routine of your everyday…Read More