Feb. 26, 2013
-- Emma James MABNLP MATLTA MABH Dip FTST, leading therapist in social anxiety in Manchester today said that increases in clients suffering with this condition are in line with the recession.
Social anxiety which is the negative thought process and feeling we have in certain interactions where we become anxious is frequently bound from an image we have about ourselves based on our self-esteem. So within certain groups of people we begin to have anxiety about how we are seen and start to withdraw and have anxiety either before the interaction or during.
From a number of business leaders now seeking help with this problem where the business is either in trouble or failing and their confidence has been affected, Emma James states that this is in line with the time the recession began to affect businesses and the compounding issues of stress and failure can trigger this condition and start to become a problem.
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