Social Anxiety Fix
You have spent enough time being swallowed whole by the crushing jaws of social anxiety, it is time for you to take action – and start feeling comfortable in your own skin no matter what social setting you find yourself in. It really is possible and I’m going to show you how right now.
This is coming from first-hand experience and I really don’t want you to miss out on this information. It would be like surrendering yourself willingly to social anxiety and being held captive by this mental monster.
If you want to overcome your social anxiety and really maximize your potential with confidence and success then you should continue reading this letter and not miss the opportunity of a LIFETIME.
Before we go any further though, let me just introduce myself. My name is Jason Ellis and I have dealt with severe social anxiety for most of my adult life.
It took me 11 years to learn what I’m about to teach you in the next 24 hours and my story is likely similar to yours.
Sad stories of my social anxiety have littered my life as far back as I can remember. This condition isolated me from having longstanding relationships with friends women and even family.
Prior to discovering the strategies that you’re about to learn I would run from life, scared and hopeless about ever finding a solution to this problem.
I remember vividly, backing out of attending my sisters surprise 30th birthday party. My parents had planned the party for months and had close to 100 people committed to attend.
I couldn’t bear the thought of the conversations that would make me squirm with awkwardness and the struggle I would face of stares from people I didn’t know.
Gatherings and opportunities like this became situations to avoid. I was actually in the habit of trying to figure out how I could get out of invitations that came up in life.
Dealing with the dynamics of social interaction were not only a big headache but also a huge blow to my self-esteem, because I knew I simply couldn’t handle the pressure.
It took me so long to even build up the courage to start dating on my own. I mean, dating? A person? Really? The mere thought made it seem like climbing mount everest.
But somehow, I built up enough courage to allow my sister, yes, the same one that I let down, to set me up with a friend of a friend.
This was basically one of my first dates in my adult life and just to cut to the chase, it went horribly wrong…and really, I’m not being too critical here when I say it was all my fault.
This woman, who’s name I’ll leave out, was someone I had prized at work for several years and I never had the self-confidence to tell her. She seemed to like me, but… Read more…