SOCIAL ANXIETY

WHAT IS SOCIAL ANXIETY?

The main symptom of social anxiety is a fear of social situations, which typically stems from worrying about feeling humiliated, embarrassed, or judged in front of other people (Zanjani, Jani, & Amiri, 2018). 

Do you feel panicky any time you need to go in front of your class to give a presentation? Are you worrying about what others are thinking? Do you often feel judged or like people don't like you? These are all signs that you may have social anxiety.

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WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT?
In an emergency, please call the Crisis Line @ 403-266-HELP

TALK TO YOUR PARENTS ABOUT IT SO THEY CAN HELP YOU COPE WITH IT DAILY

GO SEE YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR TO TALK ABOUT A DIAGNOSIS

GET A REFERRAL TO A PSYCHOLOGIST TO TALK ABOUT TREATMENT

GET REFERRED TO A PSYCHIATRIST TO TALK ABOUT MEDICATION

Disclaimer: This site is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended to be used as a tool for diagnosis. Seek out a professional if you need to discuss the information you've read here - local resources can be found in HERE. If you need help immediately, call the crisis line. 

(403) 266-HELP (4357)

CRISIS LINE

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