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My Social Anxiety – Part Three


It’s Lau. And here is part three of explaining my social anxiety. This will be the last episode.

It might be a bit longer then my usual posts, so I hope you enjoy.

My Social Anxiety – Part Three

The past two episodes I’ve talked about mostly everything to do with my anxiety.

Let me start by saying this, I don’t take medication for my anxiety. It’s a personal choice as I don’t want to rely on medication to cope with my anxiety. It’s just something I don’t want to do, I’ve found methods to lessen the anxiety which I explained in Episode Two.

I don’t know if this is for everyone, but I feel like I can’t grow up because of my anxiety. Let me explain.

I will be 18 soon which comes with responsibilities like getting a job. My anxiety stops me from getting a job, I feel a great deal of anxiousness just by thinking about it. My father sort of pressures me from time to time, to get a job. Which I feel he doesn’t quite understand the level of anxiety I have. I can’t pay for things by myself, I don’t know how I’d be able to get a job if i cant even do that.

It does stop me in pretty much in every aspect of my life, which sucks but I’m working on it 😊

Anxiety doesn’t have to take control of your life, you can control your anxiety. See a therapist if you’d like. If you’re really seeking to control your anxiety then go for it. It’s worth it.

I said this would be a long post but I’ve said what I wanted to say and it’s time to end the post and the end of My Social Anxiety series. Thank you all for following along for the series.

I also want to mention my posting schedule. Since I’ve started I’ve never had a posting schedule but on Twitter I asked if you wanted a posting schedule for this blog and you said YES!


I will be post 3 days a week. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. So make sure to look out for a post on these days!

Anyways, thank you so much for reading this post. I hope you enjoyed, and I will see you all on Monday!

Lau x

4 thoughts on “My Social Anxiety – Part Three”

  1. I’ve been dealing with social anxiety for most of my adult life Lau I’m 40 now. All the advise I can give is be yourself, and breathe! I never think I’m good enough – and then the butterflies start kicking in, but set yourself small hurdles and you do feel wonderful when you finally overcome them (they do sometimes take time to overcome so don’t beat yourself up over them). Loved reading this series x

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