How Loneliness Can Literally Kill You (And What To Do About It)

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Do you consider yourself a lonely person? It could be having a major impact on your health. According to a recent study presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, over 42.6 million Americans over the age … Continue reading

Is Your Social Anxiety Keeping You Unemployed?

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One of the most difficult challenges for people who have social anxiety is finding employment or getting a job that they like. For many, just the idea of going to work and meeting with a boss becomes a nightmare and … Continue reading

How to Destroy Performance Anxiety and Deliver an Award-Winning Show Every Time

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We don’t often think of it this way, but life is often like one big performance. Whether it’s delivering a lecture, going on a date, or meeting a new person – we are often called upon to present our “best … Continue reading

I Hope You See My Mistakes

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I’m not a perfect person. While I enjoy giving advice on how to overcome social anxiety, I don’t pretend that I’m a “social mastermind” who never makes mistakes or never embarrasses himself. In fact, I hope that you see my … Continue reading

Radical Implosion: Why You Should Embarrass Yourself On Purpose

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Can embarrassing yourself on purpose be good for your social anxiety? “Radical implosion” is an extreme form of therapy that plays off of this idea. It’s a type of therapy where you put yourself in very intimidating situations so that … Continue reading