Do You Have Social Anxiety?
Based on your answers, these symptoms may be greatly interfering with your relationships and the tasks of everyday life. These results do not mean that you have social anxiety disorder, but it may be time to start a conversation with a mental health professional. Finding the right treatment plan and working with a healthcare provider or a support person can help you feel more like you again.
The results you get is not meant to be a diagnosis. Diagnosis and care of mental health conditions can be difficult. Having symptoms of social anxiety is different than having social anxiety disorder. In addition, symptoms of social anxiety can be caused by other mental health conditions, such as Panic Disorder, Depression, or PTSD. Only a trained professional, such as a doctor or a mental health provider, can make this determination. However, by printing the results and bringing it to a mental health professional, you can open up the conversation.
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