107. Managing Your Thoughts to Reduce Social Anxiety

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You know what it’s like to be nervous around new people and situations, whether you’re attending an event alone or speaking up and having everyone turn toward you. Fear is a normal reaction that warns our bodies to be careful. Social anxiety is a type of fear that stems from our thoughts, dealing more with worry about what might occur, rather than fearing something that is present.

When fear and anxiety become a pattern in our lives, they become a problem. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss how fear and anxiety can come to the surface based purely on the words said to us by another person, and how to stop allowing others to hijack our emotional well-being and take back our personal control and self-management.

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