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PostSubject: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   4th December 2008, 07:40

For most people, family gatherings, parties, and other social activities are part of the fun of the holiday season. Not so for those with social anxiety disorder, who dread-or even avoid-social situations, reports the December 2008 issue of Harvard Women's Health Watch.


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PostSubject: Re: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   4th December 2008, 22:25

That is true, I love our family party's, but most of our spouses or significant others have issues with the escapades of some family members..... dunno just a wild family is guess hysterical
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PostSubject: Re: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   5th December 2008, 07:02

I'm lucky in that we have a small family here. Many have moved away. I do have to go to the office party and I'm already freaking about it. I wish I could take Spook with me for company here 4U
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PostSubject: Re: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   5th December 2008, 07:38

I'm glad it's just me and the boys. I stay away from my family. they too think I'm an addict redface
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PostSubject: Re: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   5th December 2008, 14:04

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I'm glad it's just me and the boys. I stay away from my family. they too think I'm an addict redface

Kylie, are you sure they think that, or is it you projecting that because you have been called that so many times by your ex? I take a lot of meds as to others on this board, we are not addicts, we need them to survive and live through the day.....there is a significant difference between "need" and "want" define within yourself and it will flow out of you the proper way love Or just don't tell anyone what you take, then they won't know. group hug but if your meds are given by a doctor, you are not an addict love
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PostSubject: Re: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   5th December 2008, 21:03

You keep on doing what you're doing Kylie. I have a hunch after what your ex did he would never get custody thumbs up
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PostSubject: Re: Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays   6th December 2008, 19:02

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You keep on doing what you're doing Kylie. I have a hunch after what your ex did he would never get custody thumbs up

now that would be great!! love
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