Social Anxiety and the Amygdala Hijack

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A lot of our social anxiety is caused by an area in the brain called the amygdala. In many ways, the amygdala can be considered the “home of anxiety.” Neuroscience research shows that the amygdala plays a big role in … Continue reading

How Your “Imaginary Audience” Feeds Into Social Anxiety

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If you suffer from social anxiety then you know what it’s like to always feel like you’re being watched by others. Maybe you’re out shopping at the grocery store and you hear people laughing behind you. Then you begin to … Continue reading