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I actually talked openly about having social anxiety. Maybe it's not considered a triumph but honestly it's just something I didn't expect from myself. I usually keep it a close secret or lie about the real issue, but ever since I've started my job training (for Health Unit Coordinator, of all things...) I've been forced to speak up more and explain my personality. So, I just decided to be totally honest and go on and admit that I'm very introverted and struggle with social anxiety. Two things I am extremely aware will make it hard for me to be a very good HUC. And I guess the real triumph is that I have not quit this course yet, two weeks in.

So anyway, I usually don't get very specific about myself with anyone, let alone a class full of strangers, but I think maybe finally doing so means I'm slowly moving in a better direction in managing my anxiety.
 
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