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Social anxiety cause

Esca

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I just want to know its origin, I know
the way you were raised takes part.
Trauma also.
In my case it's was an eye opening shock that made me see the world differently and weed only worsened the situation, and my doctor says I had it all my life nd I always were shy but not sick.
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Cuchculan

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It depends on the type of child you were. I do think so young kids might stutter and the likes. That might put them off wanting to be near other. They might carry a memory of that into adult life. Say something goes bad in their adult life, they may begin to stutter again, just like they did when they were kids. Things do remain with us on a subconscious level. We might not even know it is there. Until it comes out to bite us. May have been the way we used to be many years before. If you were ever shy. Might simply slip back into that shy mode again if something was to happen to you. Maybe that is what your doctor is talking about.
 

Esca

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Yea maybe it's a defense mechanism, but I do believe SA is like reflexes so it doent come back it never goes away in the first place it needs practice to change those reflexes
 
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