Dating phobia

) To keep up to date on all questions, answers, and comments, subscribe to our email or RSS feed. Without doing research first, a person would probably deduce that shyness is the same as social anxiety disorder; the two are worlds away from each other.

People with social anxiety want to have friends and lead normal lives, but they fear rejection or embarrassment in particular social situations.

This article will look at different social situations and give you an insight into what the socially anxious person feels in those situations.

Social anxiety disorder can limit a person socially, financially, and academically.

It isn´t as if they have to accept everything and anything from their partners.

They want much more than what they were used to have a century ago or so (and they´re correct, but it simply makes things much more difficult, also). But with so much objectiveness and a frozen heart, how open are we to find Love? It must be cultivated with time, caring and patience.

According to a research which I have been doing on a website called ´Mudança de Hábito´ (in English, change of habits), most people are currently after someone who is interesting enough to date (27%); some are after a long last relationship (50%); while 17% are only after a lovely romance and 6% want to date several people.

These statistics show that some of us are still keen to build a lasting relationship. The numbers also show that many of those who are after someone special, can´t actually find the other half.

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