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Honestly I feel like I shouldn’t have it or something. I used to be really outgoing and mostly popular I would say. I had a few really close friends but a butt load of acquaintances. Gradually every year I get worse and worse to the point where I am totally isolated. I can’t bear to even talk to anyone or even freakin leave the house. I feel ashamed of admitting I had S.A. at first because It’s admitting I’m not normal somehow. Even seeking out help or joining a support group is painful. There are some high days where I’m super talkative and friendly and I seem to be holding on to that even though that’s only like 30 percent of the time. I hate even talking about it. I am trying to deny it so that I don’t pity myself or feel like a wierdo . :blank
 

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You're not a weirdo. I believe a couple million people suffer from a form of sa so you're also not alone. I think the best way to start getting better is to first accept that you have it.
 
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