It’s natural to feel nervous in social situations, especially if you’re talking in front of a crowd or on a first date. These feelings stem from our evolutionary drive for social connection and finding a mate.
A social anxiety disorder takes this nervousness to the next level. We become hyper-aware of people’s reactions and inaccurately perceive their facial expressions and body language as a rejection or threat towards us. We then develop an intense fear of being judged, criticized, or rejected in social situations.
If you understand your uniqueness and how you’re contributing to the lives of others, you’ll have more confidence in situations that at the moment seem untenable. We can help you move past anxiety and give you the confidence to launch your true persona.
When men with social anxiety disorder have to be around other people or perform, they tend to feel:
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I just needed a practical way of working through the problem. I didn’t want to be on the couch. I wanted to take action.
It’s a refreshing way of looking at myself. I’ve tried counselling before, but this is more honest. More objective. More real.
I still have a way to go, but I feel like I understand what’s getting in my way better. I haven’t been able to get that from talking before.
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