5 aspects that characterize social anxiety disorder

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The prevailing image of a person suffering from social anxiety is that of a person who visibly trembles, stammers and sweats in front of an audience. However, social anxiety is more than just the fear of public speaking. Difficulties associated with people with this disorder can be as diverse as fear of having a conversation, writing an email, looking the other person in the eye, making a phone call…

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