Saturday, 22 August 2009

Social phobia - it's all about negative emotions about yourself

The one great thing about the Internet, I find, is that it gives me access to the experience and opinios of thousands of people like myself who suffer from social phobia. What I try to do is look at other people's opinion and feelings about their condition and then try and work out what they all have in common. Only the Internet gives me the opportunity to gather such useful information. It is a magnificent tool for empirical research. Well, havng done so now for some time - and it is something I will continue to do on a regular basis - I have come accross certain common denominators concerning the condition of panic attacks and social phobias. There are some valid points which I think shows what we all need to work on to improve our mental condition.
Nine times out of ten individuals suffering from social phobias are intensely worried about how other people perceive them. Work on yourself. Keep telling yourself you are OK as you are and it really does not matter how other people see you. That is a vital step in the process.
Continue such positive thoughts with your self-esteem and encourage and reward yourself on a daily basis for everything you discover positive about yourself.
Positive thoughts EMPOWER you and really effect your future. Try and fall asleep at night with postive thoughts about yourself. Try and have positive thoughts about yourself when you wake up in the morning. You will be AMAZED how this unconsciously influences you. Give it a try.

1 comment:

  1. I seriously LOVE your blog.

    "Positive thoughts EMPOWER you and really effect your future." -- I couldn't agree with you more.

    I am definitely going to have to follow your blog. Keep up the great work.