According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, social anxiety can be a very real thing. In a 2013 article in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine, it was found that extroverted people have more anxiety than introverted people.
So the only way you can really know if you have social anxiety is to watch people. One of the reasons that I’m such an extrovert and not a very introverted person is that I’ve always had the experience of being stared at. I know I’m not alone in that. I’ve also worked with people who are extroverts and I have no doubt they have social anxiety, too.
Im actually glad I haven’t found a social anxiety disorder. To be honest I can’t remember the last time I saw someone actually stare at me or talk to me. I also have a hard time remembering details like the time I was at a dance party and I was told by a group of girls that they were looking at me. The last thing I remember is the feeling of embarrassment that my face was being examined.
I know a number of friends who are extroverts and I agree, many of us have social anxiety. But I’m also surprised by the number of people I know who are extroverts and social anxiety free, too. I feel like I’ve heard it before but it’s a little hard to believe. I dont think I’m the only one who feels this way.
I’m not saying that extroverts are the only ones who have this condition. But I do think that there are more extroverts with social anxiety than introverts. And that’s an issue that I think needs a lot more research. Maybe because it is something we don’t understand yet, we over-diagnose it in a way that doesn’t really help.
I see all kinds of people with social anxiety. I guess I really am an introvert. I’m not sure what causes it, but when I’m around people it feels a little weird. I’m afraid to make eye contact with people, and I have a hard time smiling to some people. People I don’t know often judge me because of this, and I find myself avoiding people especially when I don’t know them.
Social anxiety can be a real issue. The most common cause of social anxiety is fear of rejection. People who are afraid of being criticized or rejected may worry that they are not good enough for the people they are interacting with, and so avoid social situations.
This is a common belief, and it may be true that extroverts don’t get social anxiety. However, I think that this is one of those issues that one would need to talk to a therapist to get better at. For one thing, social anxiety is caused by a fear of being perceived as less than. It is possible that people who are shy often avoid interacting with people because they are afraid that they are being perceived as less than.
One of the downsides of being an extrovert is that if you have social anxiety, you may have low self-esteem. This can be a problem when you’re trying to build a social network and be able to interact with people with confidence. It can also cause issues in relationships as you may feel shy away from people. A good way to deal with this would be to learn to be comfortable in your own skin.
I think this is a pretty important topic, especially for introverts. Often, we assume that we don’t have to deal with social anxiety because we’re so busy. But I think there is a big difference between shyness and social anxiety. Shyness is the tendency to avoid social interactions with others.