Having social anxiety disorder and being the quiet one seems to make people think you are weak and it opens up a wide door of opportunities for them to single you out as a target.
Needless to say, I couldn’t get my eyes off of it and I ended up binge-watching it over the space of two days.
I still had social anxiety and believe me every time I stood in a line at a grocery store I had panic attacks and I used to blush so much that I would get so embarrassed and almost walk out.
I was lucky enough to be featured as a guest blogger in the emerging blogger series on Mental Health @ Home Come and read the post HERE
“Every time someone says THIS to me I achieve massive eye rolls”
I ended up isolating myself and unable to find another job because I am so scared to go to interviews because I always hit a blank and never know what to say.
“Have you ever noticed that when you are in a depressed state and you are staring directly into the abyss that you only attract negative situations, people and things into your life?”
Fortunately, coming to Australia and being around my family has given me a new found trust in the universe and I am starting to understand that anything is possible and I am starting to think more positively. I am excited about my future.
Medication has never worked for me and has only caused more harm than good
I can tell you with absolute certainty that YOU are allowed to have boundaries and that other people in your life DO have to respect that.