HI've been shy all throughout my childhood and teens, under the false pretense that I could never be better than a wall-flower, an extra in my own biopic movie. Well at 20, events made me want to change and improve for the better. Now at 29, after many ups and downs, hard knocks and good old Babylon city living, my progress had been undeniable.
Until I lost my job. Obviously, now I've de-prioritised maintaining that improvement. I'm fighting off a depression and, convinced the problem is the joblessness, am deciding not to seek medical attention. Being hopeful these CVs, interviews and looking up advice, I somehow came accross social anxiety disorder, and realised that I'd being dealing with something very similar.
I really want to contribute to soceity to counter the negativity encompassing my head. I've recently taken to vlogging stories, tips, anything to show people they can overcome social anxiety.
I believe shyness is an opportunity to become a stronger person than the average person. I hope to support you guys in any way I can. I'm sure you will teach me a few things too. I'm sure to be humbled by the strength you all have.
Welcome. I see that you've made some videos about social anxiety and overcoming them. I find them really interesting as well.
I hope you overcome the depression you're feeling lately. Always strive to be positive and hopeful. Believe in yourself. Just like what you said in your video, it doesn't matter what other people say or think. What matters is what you think about yourself. I believe self esteem is indeed important. Build it/keep it strong to help fight your depression.
Doing and saying the wrong things most of the time 24/7. Being me means having to endure people not liking me.