Social anxiety disorder is one of the most common forms of anxiety. The Anxiety Canada website suggests that between 7-13% of people are affected. It tends to emerge during interactions with others or during performance situations. Some common examples of anxiety-producing situations include public speaking or giving presentations, participating in a class or group discussion, eating in front of others, meeting new people, communicating with others, or attending social events.
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How we can use attunement and validation to help our kids (and anyone else we care about) through BIG EMOTIONS with these five steps from A Little Spot of Emotion by Diane Alber: