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Social Anxiety and Depression: In Fear of People | Medical Documentary

Social anxiety is a discomfort or a fear when a person is in social interactions that involve a concern about being judged or evaluated by others.[1] It is typically characterized by an intense fear of what others are thinking about them (specifically fear of embarrassment, criticism, or rejection), which results in the individual feeling insecure, and that they are not good enough for other people. The results of this are fear and anxiety within social situations, and the assumption that peers will automatically reject them in the social situations.[2][unreliable source?] Developmental social anxiety occurs early in childhood as a normal part of the development of social functioning, and is a stage that most children grow out of, but it may persist or resurface and grow into chronic social anxiety.[3] People vary in how often they experience social anxiety and in which kinds of situations. A psychopathological (chronic and disabling) form of social anxiety is called social phobia or social anxiety disorder, and is a chronic problem that can result in a reduced quality of life.[4] It is approximated that roughly 40 million American adults ages 18 and older (18.1%) have an anxiety disorder.[5] The difference between social anxiety and normal apprehension of social situations is that social anxiety involves an intense feeling of fear in social situations and especially situations that are unfamiliar or in which one will be watched or evaluated by others. The feeling of fear

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25 Responses to “Social Anxiety and Depression: In Fear of People | Medical Documentary”

  1. I can’t get help because I have no job or car right now.

  2. MrTHUMBUPCOMMENT Reply March 6, 2013 at 11:13 pm

    I have anxiety in my pnus

  3. MichaelArronMurray Reply March 6, 2013 at 11:37 pm

    my speech is today …..pray for me if you pray and hope for me if you hope

  4. I’m starting to finally get out of my social anxiety by just forcing myself into spontaneous situations and actions in public and getting out of my comfort zone.

  5. MichaelArronMurray Reply March 7, 2013 at 12:49 am

    im writeing a speech on this tomorro and precenting it on tuesday. it seems like the only thing i can talk about in my speech so people will understand me a bit more.

  6. GangsterSkeleton Reply March 7, 2013 at 1:44 am

    I have an anxiety of school.

  7. Victoria Ledesma Reply March 7, 2013 at 2:30 am

    I’m thankful I’ve come a long way. 

  8. I’m glad to here you got over it! No matter how much help you got, no matter if you were walked through it, or pushed, even if the steps that you needed to take were pointed out to you in great detail, at the end you the day it’s YOU who had to take those steps! You deserve to be congratulated because you have overcome what has made people stop living there lives and become stagnate, or just end their lives early. You’ve overcome the biggest obstacle in your life. You have conquered.

  9. Sacrifice your cares for the greater good of getting ahead rather than stagnating. Some people may say “You don’t understand. It’s not that easy!” That’s where they’d be both right, and wrong. I understand completely, and I’m telling you that you can walk through fire if you put your mind to it. Anyone who understands crippling anxiety knows that mentally it’s about the same. Most set a limit for themselves by saying “I can’t do it.” when really they’re just not WILLING to bear the stress. (2/2)

  10. I can’t go within visual range of other people without tensing up, my blood pressure rising, and trying to monitor my breathing so I at least LOOK composed. I end up so tense that I come off as if i’m a statue completely unfazed by the world around me, but on the inside it’s the polar opposite. Total chaos. Freaking out over everything around me (mainly people). You can push through it. It’s hell, and it won’t make it go away, but you can push through it! Have a sacrificial attitude. (1/2)

  11. Valid point. If you smoke people. You don’t have to be anxious what they think anymore. Naturally.

  12. Bad idea. It can also blow it way out of proportion. Like SA to paranoid delusions.

  13. There is hope! I’ve suffered my whole life, thanks to abusive parents and severe bullying in school. It led to more severe anxiety and depression. Guess what, I’m over it. It starts with understanding that you are not your anxiety. You are not what you look like. You are not your name, your possessions, achievements or failures. That all changes and is impermanent. Thus, in any encounter, how can they judge you? No person can judge you so easily, they rely on your confidence to judge you.

  14. StayBeautiful4eve Reply March 7, 2013 at 7:09 am

    And also your brain cells.

  15. I was like that before i started to smoke people nature will kill your anxiety

  16. I’ve been suffereing for over a year now. Im afraid to go out in public. Good to know im not alone.

  17. I have chronic SA. Even chatting to my next-door neighbours is something I struggle to avoid.

  18. thank you so much for this video…it helps a lot..to understand..

  19. I think I have slight social anxiety- especially at work! I was very shy as a little girl and with new situations it’d really scare me. I’m 25 this year and I’ve started working at a job I’ve worked at before but for some reason this year the anxiety/depression is really bad. I just get to work and then I feel really nervous and get the shakes and feel sick. So I get sent home..but it’s now a problem when work calls..I can’t bring myself to answer.

  20. I used to be a quiet kid. Everyone used to pick on me back in high school. If you want social anxiety help, I highly suggest checking out stopshyness.info

  21. I have had severe social anxiety my entire life. In middle school I had a problem talking to people, because every time I tried I either started to sweat or I froze. I felt more comfortable not talking at all. However, my social life fell apart, and I became a loner. However, after many years of suffering from shyness, I was able to cure myself of social anxiety over time. Here is a great resource I used to lower my anxiety level, and build confidence in myself: stopshyness.info

  22. Thanks for bringing publicity to social anxiety.. im struggling with the disorder myself. Just started vlogging about it here on youtube and I find that therapeutic myself. Good luck =)

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  24. THANK YOU.. for uploading these videos 🙂

  25. MAN i suffered so much about social anxiety, everybody please watch ”
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