Would you judge someone for having social anxiety ??

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Hannahzx
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I feel like sometimes people judge me for it and think I’m weird . I find it quite difficult during social interactions as I’m constantly overthinking everything and I’m very socially anxious . Even my family lowkey judge me for it and just tell me to loosen up or just speak up as if it’s that easy
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No!

I would judge them for they're managing it. If he's living in denial I would judge him. If he taking steps to seek help and improve I wouldn't judge. I would be impressed.
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No way. There is no reason to judge in fact I think it would help you if you keep in mind that no one cares. As harsh as that sounds it helps, just think to yourself that everyone is busy with their own things so no one will judge you
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people will notice anxious people behave weirdly/in a way that causes them unnecessary embarrassment and they'll probably have opinions on how you could improve yourself, but they won't think of social anxiety in the same negative light as being antisocial or rude because they generally realise it's an innocent personality flaw

it's more like observing than judging
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Not one bit! Especially because I relate to so many experiences of the sometimes daunting experiences that socially anxious people face.
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it's unfair if people judge you for having social anxiety - i for one suffer heavily with it around strangers, and just going out in general. They may not understand because they're not experiencing it the way you do, but don't ever think you're weird because of it. It's normal, and know you're not alone

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(Original post by Hannahzx)
I feel like sometimes people judge me for it and think I’m weird . I find it quite difficult during social interactions as I’m constantly overthinking everything and I’m very socially anxious . Even my family lowkey judge me for it and just tell me to loosen up or just speak up as if it’s that easy
Nope if I knew or suspected I would make more allowance and put more effort in to make sure they were ok.
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(Original post by Hannahzx)
I feel like sometimes people judge me for it and think I’m weird . I find it quite difficult during social interactions as I’m constantly overthinking everything and I’m very socially anxious . Even my family lowkey judge me for it and just tell me to loosen up or just speak up as if it’s that easy
And why would I judge one of my own?! Social anxiety and introversion in general can be a b****, and I know what you're on about, my family are a family of extroverts and I do often feel they look down on me somewhat for being socially anxious. Even on TSR I lowkey get anxious when quoted or tagged :lol:
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