By Margery Brown, Culverson Blair
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Margery Brown (Author), Culverson Blair (Illustrator)
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Simply stated,” says psychiatrist John R. ”38 48 Phobias Not everyone who has a social phobia wishes the rest of the world would just disappear. There are different kinds of social phobias. Some people feel very comfortable in crowds, as long as they do not have to eat anything. Some people are afraid of meeting strangers but are comfortable around people they already know. Some do not like to walk if they think people are watching them. Others are uncomfortable when they are shopFear of public speaking, such as having to give a classroom presentation, is the most common social phobia.
Fifteen million Americans over the age of eighteen have some kind of social phobia—a fear of doing something in front of someone else. S. population,” says author Edmund J. Bourne. ”18 Because it is much more difficult to avoid other people than to steer clear of cliffs or closets, these social phobias take a bigger toll on the people who suffer from them. Social phobias usually strike during the teenage years, between the ages of eleven and nineteen. Rarely do they appear later than a person’s early twenties.
Whenever she tried, she choked violently and sometimes even vomited. ”42 When a social phobia gets this strong, there are few situations that do not make the person squirm with dread. She may begin to feel uncomfortable leaving home at all. This may be how the widespread fear of agoraphobia starts. Like most people who have a phobia, agoraphobes suffer terrifying panic attacks. But the thing that sets off their panic is not one specific type of animal or place or experience. Instead, a panic attack is completely unpredictable.