Overcoming Social Anxiety Disorder Site Under Development
Posted Jun 16 2008 6:11pm
This new website is currently under development and needs quite a bit of tidying up before it’s ready.
When it’s been give a facelift it will provide weekly articles offering advice on overcoming social anxiety disorder and social phobia using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques.
Millions of people currently suffer from social anxiety and probably don’t realize they don’t have a medically diagnosed condition until they become isolated, depressed or turn to alcohol or drugs to alleviate their symptoms.
Cognitive behavioral therapy has become a very popular form of psychotherapy for treating social anxiety and social phobia simply by enabling people to replace the negative thoughts, which provoke their anxiety, with more positive, helpful ones.
Whilst visiting your doctor is always recommended if you’re concerned your social anxiety is damaging your ability to work, enjoy leisure time and interact with other people, cognitive behavioral therapy should be adopted along with any prescribed medication so that you can overcome your social anxiety disorder for good.