James Williams

Social Anxiety

Do you have problems being in large crowds? Do you ever get tongue-tied when talking to new people? Do you have a hard time making meaningful connections? Then, this is the book for you! Social Anxiety: Easy Daily Strategies for Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness, Build Successful Relationships, and Increase Happiness addresses the key points of social anxiety and shyness that inhibit you and keep you from realizing your full potential as a person.

Inside, you’ll find:

>> The evolutionary cause of social anxiety and shyness

>> The difference between social anxiety and shyness

>> The science and psychology behind social anxiety and shyness

>> Easy daily methods to manage or stop your social anxiety or shyness

If the books, articles, and manuals you have read so far have not helped, this one can. With tried and true, specific methods of conquering social anxiety, this book will help you understand where the shyness and anxiety come from and encourage you along as you wave goodbye to the uneasiness in your mind.

Featuring the often-overlooked reason for anxiety and shyness, Social Anxiety:  Easy Daily Strategies for Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness, Build Successful Relationships, and Increase Happiness explains why it is important to understand where your anxiety comes from and offers sound and psychiatrist-endorsed methods to free you from the feelings that hold you back from your best life.

So, crack this one open today, and begin immediately practicing the tools inside to wipe out your shyness and social anxiety.
28 printed pages
Original publication


    forever1charmedshared an impression2 years ago
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    What a waste of time. It is a short read, but there isn't much valuable information in it. I would say it is just a summary of all manner of cliches on social anxiety. I didn't notice it was that short. I was hoping for a more profound book. I wouldn't read it if I were you.

    Mehmet Çölaşanshared an impressionlast year
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    b9860788959has quoted2 years ago
    social anxiety goes deeper than shyness. Social anxiety is the fear of being judged in a negative way by others, while shyness is a feeling of being awkward or tense around others. Both have a root cause of fear - fear of being judged, a fear of saying the wrong things, but they each come from very different parts of the mind
    b1093794190has quotedlast year
    Don’t call attention to your shyness, either. First, it sets you up with any new people around you to try and take advantage of you being shy. Broadcasting that you are shy is equivalent to wearing “I’m insecure” on a sandwich board in the middle of Times Square. Calling yourself out gives the expectation that you will say something awkward and the people around you would have an excuse for avoiding you. Second, pointing out that you are shy can lead people to expect that you will say or do something that doesn’t present well with your actual self. Many times, shyness is overwhelming in your mind but not visible on the outside, or, at least, so mild that the new person in your group may never even notice.
    b1093794190has quotedlast year
    Watch the self- criticism. As a shy person, you tend to be harder on yourself for not participating more or being as “normal” like your best friend than you would be if you were not shy. This also leads to lower self-esteem and a higher risk of depression. Be mindful of the way you talk to yourself.

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