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Social anxiety disorder is a mental illness that affects the way we think and behave.
Symptoms can include feeling anxious and irritable, avoiding social situations, and feeling alone and isolated.
It’s a mental disorder that can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness, and can affect a person’s ability to get along with others.
The best way to manage social anxiety is to find someone to talk to who understands your situation, but it’s important to have a safe space to talk about it.
If you’re feeling anxious, don’t be afraid to share your worries with someone who can understand and listen to you.
And if you’re anxious, be prepared to learn from others’ successes and failures.
If that doesn’t help, you can ask for help by talking to a therapist, a psychiatrist, or a professional.
If you’re having a hard time dealing with social anxiety, it’s worth talking to your doctor, family, or friends to find out if there are any options you can take to help.
You might find that there’s a better option for you, and that you’re not suffering from the same anxiety.
You can ask your doctor for a referral, or seek out your local mental health professional to talk with them about your situation.