Social Anxiety is the fear about “perform something in social setting or in front of other people” and “fear of evaluate bad or negatively by other”. The person has to avoid to going in social situation, social anxiety is leading to feelings of inferiority, shame, loneliness or depression.Social avoidance from the society and live loneliness or not meet other people may cause of social anxiety.Social anxiety is the ‘fear of
The affects of having a concussion can hurt a person socially. Stated by Dr. Fred Klingbeil, socially people won’t want to be around anyone. If they don’t want to be around them its going to cause them to be isolated from everyone else. Another thing that could change socially is that they won’t like the activities they used to enjoy, so if this happens the fear of losing friends, and not talking as much as they used too. Socially, if people isolate themselves from the world it could cause greater pain than what the concussion has already affected in a
The stress of infertility can cause loosening of family bonds and increasing conflicts. Sometimes the emotional pressures reach with a degree that the person who has an infertility problem, may see any impact towards its own and therefore impute each confrontation or reaction of the spouse or others to their handicap(9). Failure to do tasks such as reproduction and fertility, leading to lower self-confidence and the result is a reduction in self-esteem(6). In addition to self-esteem, attachment also is considered as well as the psychological and interpersonal variable that determines the type of person psychological compatibility or incompatibility with infertility(10). Research on mature attachment has confirmed that attachment system is activated under stressful situations and people will be to set of emotions and encounter with them in ways that reflect their beliefs about themselves and others(11).
Depression is a common emotional disorder which can cause the continual feeling of sorrowfulness and unhappiness of a person. It does not just affect our physical health; it may increase the chance of getting physical symptoms such as insomnia and reduced appetite. People who suffer from depression always feel unhappy, distressed and hopeless all the time because they have lost the faith in their lives. They can’t manage their emotions and allow depression to affect their mood states and make them to become emotional. For instance, people who feel depressed will have a low mood and bad temper.
As mentioned earlier, when considering how depression gives reason for people to victimize themselves, Yapko agrees with “[Victimized people] don't know how to set and keep clear boundaries about each other's emotions or how to deal with each other in respectful ways when the going gets tough” (92). This creates an unhealthy and unbalanced foundation for a relationship between two
People suffering from Social Anxiety Disorder feel anxious and overwhelmed in social situations. There are emotional, behavioral, and physical symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder, and the symptoms vary from person to person with the disorder. Emotional symptoms include fear of being judged in certain situations, worry of offending someone, anxiety in anticipation of an event, an intense fear of talking and interacting with other people in a social manner, and concern that words or actions will cause humiliation. Behavioral symptoms include avoiding speaking in social settings, spending time during a social event over analyzing words and actions and finding flaws in interactions with other people, and expecting the worst outcome of an event to the point where it is impossible to enjoy it. The physical symptoms include fast heartbeat, an upset stomach, confusion, trouble catching breath, and dizziness.
Individuals used other people’s cues on certain situations that lead them to anxiously expect rejection. For those individuals with higher rejection sensitivity levels, the fear of being rejected or expectations of abandonment may have damaging upshot on interpersonal functioning of an individual. Having high rejection sensitivity levels may cause behaviors that might push others to actually reject a rejection sensitive individual (Downey et al., 1998). Individuals that are rejection sensitive have the feelings of insecurity, anxiousness, misapprehension of social cues that result to rejection of others into
Due to stereotyping, the minority groups of adolescents are going through negative consequences such as depression and anxiety; self-esteem issues; substance abuse; and interruption of daily activities. Losing the confidence, and accepting that the majority groups are superior over them will lead to continuation of the stereotyping among minority groups of adolescents. The minority groups of adolescents have to find a way to successfully avoid the stereotyping matters in order to overcome the negative psychological and physiological consequences that affect their
Due to their not fitting in, the child could be ostracized and be deemed an outcast. A major part that contributes to social anxiety is the way one's peers react to and treat them. "…A review of the literature leads to the conclusion that individuals with the most severe forms of craniofacial deformities are at greater risk for experiencing social and psychological stress…" (Pruzinsky, 1992). The appearance of this social and psychological stress explains, in part, why a child may feel anxious while being seen in public: those around cannot fathom someone looking different, and thus they are quick to make assumptions about the child's character or personality. In most cases, teenagers and adolescents have the worst experience when they are deformed or handicapped.
“A child might develop an anxiety disorder by learning the behavior of one of their parents who has an anxiety disorder,” (Higuera). Even Though this is not genetically caused, it is still very infective to the mind. Lastly, negative experiences, such as physical, mental, or sexual abuse, will cause social anxiety. “Social and medical science have long suspected that childhood