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2 hours ago, Unstrung Harp said:

For me, a large part of social anxiety is not just anticipating social situations and feeling anxious, but beating myself up after the fact. Monday morning quarterbacking it (this might not translate across cultures). Going over and over in my head every thing I said, and feeling inadequate and like everybody I encountered hates me or finds me lacking. All of that is different than just shyness, and probably not a "normal anxious response."

This is me to a "T"

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