A List of Behavioural Symptoms
of Social Anxiety -
And Why They Happen
Here's a list of the behavioural
symptoms of social anxiety. Clicking
further down this page to discover why these
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of Eye Contact
going to familiar
helpful or agreeable
very quietly, or
or mumbling words
talking to familiar
|Taking up minimal space
|Nervous drink sips
||Fidgeting (e.g. Tapping
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of Social Anxiety Happen
If you look at the behavioural symptoms of
social anxiety, you can see that most of them are avoidance behaviours;
allow you to avoid social interaction...
actual cause of Social Anxiety Disorder
is the desire to avoid certain outcomes in social situations...
means is that your behavioural symptoms of SA (avoidance
behaviours) happen as a result of you desiring to avoid certain
outcomes within social situations.
To make this clear: your behavioural
symptoms (physical avoidance of social situations) happen because you
desire to avoid certain outcomes within social situations. You can read
more about how your desire to avoid certain outcomes in social
situations causes your social anxiety by
clicking the link in this sentence.
How To Cut Out The
Behavioural Symptoms of Social Anxiety
You can change your behaviour in certain
ways, so that you don't appear anxious to people. The idea behind doing
this is that if you appear comfortable to others, they'll feel more
comfortable around you. So the anxiety will be
less able to affect your social life.
I have 7 tips for you in my
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