5 Expert Tips To Manage Social Anxiety and More

What we know from research is that anxiety conditions can be managed. But how do you start? Check out some super practical expert advice below related to overcoming social anxiety. Choose a method that speaks to you and try it for a week.

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About Renee Jain

Renee Jain is an award-winning tech entrepreneur turned speaker and certified life coach. She also holds a masters in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Renee specializes in cultivating skills of resilience in both adults and children. Her passion is taking research-based concepts and transforming them into fun and digestible learning modules. For children, she has created one-of-a-kind anxiety relief programs at GoZen! delivered via engaging animated shorts.


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4 thoughts on “5 Expert Tips To Manage Social Anxiety and More”

  1. Mindfulness meditation was absolutely HUGE for alleviating my social anxiety. 45 mins once at night. I have to be consistent with it or I lose the effect of “staying out of my head.”

  2. I really like your tip about being kind to yourself. When it comes to dealing with anxiety, it is a constant battle in your mind. Sometimes, the thoughts that you have are very negative and degrading. An important part of battling it is making sure that you are training your brain to think positive thoughts, not only about yourself, but about life as well. Talking with a psychologist might be a great way to get some further tips on how to deal with anxiety.

  3. These are some pretty great tips; after all, it can be quite difficult to try and challenge anxiety on your own. I particularly like that the article recommends starting small with your problems. After all, you want to make sure that you have time and patience when dealing with your anxiety and to try not and rush it.


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