Does the prospect of dating send shivers down your spine? In my job as a clinical psychologist and anxiety specialist I work with many people who would like to date, but feel held back by anxiety. They are waiting to pursue a relationship until the day (or year or decade) when their anxiety stops screaming Read more »
Here is an article by Geraldine Walsh, a freelance writer in the UK. She has written an excellent article about her experience with social anxiety in the modern world. Click here.
When writing my book, Social Courage: Coping and Thriving with the Reality of Social Anxiety, I wanted to tell the truth. The truth being that social anxiety is a normal human experience that most of us can relate to—rather than it being this weird unusual thing that only you experience. The goal then is not Read more »
Just has a great conversation on air with “Dr. Pat”. We discuss the notion of courage in the face of anxiety…and coping with anxiety thoughts, feelings, and behaviors along the way. Click HERE to listen to the conversation.
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