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Uni with Social Anxiety? watch
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Last edited by username2692395; 30-11-2017 at 00:48.
- 28-10-2017 03:02
- 28-10-2017 03:22
The way to get over it is to either seek therapy or force yourself in to these situations to train your brain that there's nothing to worry about. Understand that most people will be anxious as all hell when starting uni, and so when everyone settles by then you may have already made some comfortable connections.
Lecturers in uni actually "pick" on people a lot less, its a lot more independent.
- 28-10-2017 03:32
Anxiety can be crippling but be excited to go to university, as it will be the start of a new chapter in your life. Lecturers don’t pick on people in my course but I can only speak from personal experience. There will be other people there when you start university who will feel similarly to you, so don’t feel isolated; besides, it will be a good time to make some friends. Additionally there should be a good support network in place at the university for new students, events for freshers, and support staff to talk to confidentially with any queries or worries.