Nervousness, fear, and panic all describe the symptoms of anxiousness. Each one of these emotions tests one's levels of anxiety, and for some people this may be heightened by certain social situations. Social anxiety (SAD) is a common disorder that encompasses feelings of anxiousness in many social situations. If you experience SAD, know that help is out there. Before seeking treatment, there are many online resources, tests, and assessments, to help you understand your symptoms, including this social anxiety test. However, if you or a loved one is in a crisis, speak to a licensed professional today to receive the treatment you need and deserve.
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It is informative which is good.
This is what I've been dealing with for I think 2.5 years .I get scared to leave the house because I'm scared of being judged and I feel like thousands of people are watching my every move , every mistake. I worry about how I dress , how I speak ... this test is great.
I always feel like I knew I had social anxiety, but I just don't want to self diagnose. I really think this test helped me though.
I have been trying to find out why I was feeling anxious at social events and after taking this test I realized I could have social anxiety. Now I hope to get help on this.
I could relate to all these questions
Most of the ones that said people i don't know very well, also happened to be a thing i experience with peopleni do know well, wish it had a question with those in it too
most interesting thing was seeing the questions and thinking about how many times ive felt that way and realize that its more often than i thought and more than just being scared of presentations things like going out seeing friends avoiding parties eating out and things like that
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