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Post  counselor on Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:46 am


From the greek agora (greek place where he met the people at markets, business meetings and municipalities) and Phobos (fear), indicates the fear of an individual to cross open spaces. The anxiety that arises when it comes to leaving the house can be mild or reach real panic attacks that occur with fainting, feelings of dizziness and in some cases loss of sphincter control. These symptoms are reduced or even disappear when they are accompanied by a trusted person or in respect of which the agorafobo feeds ambivalent feelings. It is more common in women and occurs between 15 and 35 years, tending to worsen during periods of depression. According to Freud. hidden fantasies related to exhibitionism. According to Deutsch one with the carer has all the features of the Oedipal relationship.

Social phobia may be associated with other anxiety disorders.

The person suffering from social phobia fear relations with other people because their meeting is likely to turn into an exam.
Do you feel watched, judged and evaluated by others.
This problem manifests itself in late adolescence and often anxiety towards others and attempting to avoid human relationships grows with time.
Leave the house and meeting people becomes an internal struggle everyday, invisible but terrible.
The person who has a phobic behavior tends to become avoidant.
Always on guard. She does not dare to approach others.
Easily feel hurt by the rejection.
It 'reluctant to enter into a relationship, unless it receives a guarantee of acceptance.
He lives with great sorrow solitude within himself and feels "out of things."
The fear of the other is expressed in behavior with insecurity.

Shyness can be interpreted as a hesitation anxious, as inhibition of the action and the relationship due to fear.
Shyness is not a disease.
Shyness affects all or most of your actions, as will the armies rarely. It follows that the will is not exercised atrophies, as atrophy an arm, a leg is not used.
Shyness you win facing what most frightens us, doing just what you do not want to do, we fear we can not do.

Even if you are afraid and uncomfortable meeting people, and because you're shy or because you're afraid that you see while you have a panic attack, choose also to reach out to others.

The fear of the other persists in us, because in the past we have been betrayed, disappointed, forced, abused, denied, overpro-tected by people.

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