With around 1 in 10 suffering with social anxiety disorder, life can seem even more challenging. Not being able to do things that most people take for granted, like talk on the phone, go to the supermarket, find or hold down a job or even socialise.
When you read this guide,
you will discover…
- How to clear your mind and experience clarity like never before
- How to stop fighting anxiety and see it for what it really is
- How to be more comfortable in your own skin and not change who you are
- How to gain self confidence without trying to be confident
“In my late teens & early twenties, the anxiety was so acute that I stopped socialising. It was a debilitating experience. After coming across this understanding, I experienced a period in which I had clarity of mind. My thinking slowed and there was room for insight and health to bubble to the surface.
I had the realisation that my anxiety was being created through a belief I held about life; a belief that ‘life is difficult and a struggle’.