Do you feel self-conscious and uncomfortable whenever you are around new people?
You do, don’t you but many times, it’s just below the threshold of your conscious thoughts? Other times, it comes up as feelings that other people are judging you, isn’t that right? In some cases, you feel that your appearance isn’t good enough? Or maybe people just don’t like your face?
Stop! Contrary to your misguided belief. You are wrong! However, you are not alone in feeling this way. We all suffer from different types of social fears and anxieties. You, like many others; might have an aversion for meeting new people or going out in public. But how do you deal with this? If you knew, you’d have stopped feeling anxious; won’t you?
Ryan Bergen breaks down your misguided belief that it’s normal to feel socially anxious. He clears the air surrounding social anxiety, and why you feel the way you do. His writing is clear and the language is simple. Understand how to observe yourself, and carry out social experiments you can begin testing immediately.
In Fighting Social Anxiety you’ll get to understand various situational triggers and how to challenge your closely held beliefs. Observe yourself whenever you are in public.
You’ll learn about:
•Social anxiety triggers?
•The ugly side of social anxiety?
•Dealing with, and redefining rejection?
•Why you shouldn’t trust yourself so much?
Get the book and let Ryan Bergen teach you how to get this feeling out of your head, and transcend your social anxiety.