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It has something to do with choosing a dog’s company at a party

Put simply, Social Anxiety is dreading social situations. You’d rather find yourself under the bed covers, or with animals, than in the presence of people (especially people you don’t know). From my own personal experience, Social Anxiety prevents you from being yourself in front of others. It makes you afraid to speak up, lest you say the wrong thing, or even worse, say something stupid. It prevents you from enjoying social interactions because you constantly feel like you’re being judged or criticized, whether for how you look, what you say, or how you act. Then there are of course the physical symptoms of sweating, racing heartbeat, and stuttering. The silver lining? These are all symptoms you can break free of.


If you’ve ever experienced Social Anxiety, you know how debilitating it is.

It makes you feel small. Not good enough. Incompetent.

– Honestrox

Social Anxiety Matrix



  • Genetics

  • Overactive Amygdala

  • Environment

  • Negative Experiences

  • Temperament


  • History in the family

  • Heightened Fear Response

  • Learned behavior 

  • Conflict, Bullying, Trauma

  • Quiet, Shy, Restrained


  • Men

  • Women

  • Introverts

  • Extroverts

  • Anyone


  • Childhood Development

  • Teenage Years

  • Adulthood

  • Change In Environment

  • Change In Appearance

You can learn to be socially confident

The opposite of Social Anxiety, is Social Confidence, and if you think that’s impossible to achieve, think again. I struggled my whole life with Social Anxiety until I had a personal breakthrough and broke free of it. It took a lot of time and a lot of effort but once I made it to the other side, I finally understood what it meant to be comfortable in my own skin. I want you to get there also, which is why I created all this content around this topic. It can be beat. YOU CAN BEAT SOCIAL ANXIETY. You don’t have to forever dread meeting new people, doing ice-breakers, or keeping quiet for fear of judgment. I’m living proof of that. If a homeschooled introvert with a foreign accent can get over Social Anxiety, so can you.


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