WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SOCIAL ANXIETY AND LOW CONFIDENCE // Social anxiety often gets mistaken for low confidence and as a result, lots of people with social anxiety end up making no progress or even get worse over the years. This is because despite looking similar on the outside, social anxiety is actually a whole different problem that requires different methods to be overcome. In fact, some solutions for low confidence may actually worsen your social anxiety altogether.
Today I’m sharing with you 3 difference between social anxiety and low confidence so that you can get a better understanding of what you’re feeling and choose the right strategies to overcome your setbacks.
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