Have you ever felt trapped by your own thoughts, dreading every social interaction and longing for escape?
If so, you’re not alone.
Social anxiety, also known as social phobia, is a persistent and overwhelming fear of social situations. It can manifest as excessive worry about being judged, embarrassed, or humiliated in front of others, leading to avoidance behaviors and isolation.
If left untreated, social anxiety can silently bind you, preventing you from fully embracing life’s opportunities and connections.
Would you like to learn how you can still shine and perform at your best despite dealing with this internal battle?
In this Happy and Healthy Mind episode, our guest Brian Sachetta shared practical tips on how to deal with anxiety, overcome social anxiety and perform at your best.
Brian Sachetta is the author and owner of Get Out of Your Head, a brand and book series that seeks to help folks overcome anxiety and depression.
Check out this video to learn how to manage your social anxiety.
In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:39 min – Brian’s Social Anxiety Journey
03:43 min – How Brian’s Life Changed with Tools
06:49 – Understanding Anxiety
07:06 – What is social anxiety
11:37 min – Tips to overcome social anxiety
26:36 min – The Importance of a Mental Health Toolkit
29:34 min – Connect with Brian (https://getoutofyourhead.com/)
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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:
“If we are able to return to the moment in front of us, if we are able to stop thinking about, you know, what looms on our calendars or whatever, then it is possible, if not probable, that we can mitigate some of our anxiety.”
“The more that we can stay present before that moment arrives, whether it’s, you know, let’s say that social outing, the more we’re going to keep ourselves in a calm state, which is going to then once we get to that party, it’s going to be harder for our bodies to sort of rev up out of control and, you know, bring us that that anxiousness.”
“When people are having panic attacks, the biggest problem with the panic attack is not the panic attack itself, but it’s the fear of panic attack. And once people learn this phrase that it is going to pass, then they are able to handle it much better.”
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Remember, you’re not alone in this journey. Deep breathing exercises, reciting a powerful mantra and embracing the mindset “this too shall pass” can gradually help you overcome social anxiety and shine in social settings.
So today, how do you want to start dealing with your anxiety?
You have the power to navigate this challenge and thrive, one step at a time.
Stay safe and healthy.
Dedicated to your health and happiness,
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