How to Overcome Social Awkwardness

Accept the Fact: You are probably trying to convince yourself that you are not an introvert. Accepting the fact that you are unable to gel well in social settings is half the battle won because only when the internal conflict is resolved can you proceed.

Tackle the physical effects of social awkwardness: Nausea, trembling, clammy hands, abdominal discomfort and difficulties are the common symptoms of social anxiety.

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4 Responses to How to Overcome Social Awkwardness

  1. boy says:

    will you go out with me? ^^

  2. girl says:

    are you an Socially awkward.

    no. I’m not following this advice just because of that mistake.
    just no.

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