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How To Overcome Your Social Anxiety

by Ruby

The spoken word carries immense power.

A person’s voice can start revolutions. It can captivate audiences. It can make someone fall in love.

In the same sense, restricting a voice can have devastating consequences. Even when the person restricting it is yourself.I bet there are so many things you wish you could say to other people. You want to tell a woman that you find her attractive. You want to have a hard conversation with your parents. You want to tell your boss a new idea.

In the moment, though, having these conversations feels overwhelming and impossible. You think you’ll sound stupid or weird. You’re worried about how you’ll be judged.

So you only ever think about what you want to say without ever saying it out loud.And by doing this, you never gain the experience necessary to get more confident with expressing yourself. But what if you had a completely SAFE way to start saying the ideas you’ve held back?

“Overcoming social anxiety requires unlocking the power of your own voice. Expressing thoughts and feelings can be challenging, leading to missed opportunities for connection. A proven technique involves solo vocalization to build confidence gradually.

Starting with simple observations and opinions in low-pressure environments, like complimenting a barista or sharing an observation, lays the foundation. However, for some, even this can be challenging. Enter the technique of vocalizing thoughts out loud, inspired by professional speakers overcoming public speaking anxiety.

This method involves self-practice by vocalizing thoughts and expressions, gradually desensitizing the fear of speaking up. A client struggling with giving compliments to women successfully used this technique. Through structured practice, he gained the courage to compliment a woman spontaneously and later engaged in a meaningful conversation.

Applying this approach to various scenarios, such as discussing sexual inexperience, showing self-love, giving compliments, introducing oneself, sharing ideas with a boss, addressing parents, or expressing opinions, offers a safe way to practice. Visualization and solo vocalization enable individuals to tackle social challenges, building confidence and reducing anxiety over time.

Embracing the sound of your own voice through consistent practice fosters self-assurance, allowing authentic expression in real-world interactions. The key lies in regular, intentional practice, gradually transforming discomfort into confidence.

Moreover, incorporating this technique into daily life can expand its impact. Imagine practicing self-love affirmations in front of a mirror, expressing gratitude for personal achievements, or confidently stating opinions during team meetings. By extending the vocalization exercises into various aspects of life, individuals can further solidify their newfound confidence, making it a natural part of their communication style.

As you continue to practice and embrace the power of your voice, the fear of judgment diminishes, and genuine self-expression becomes second nature. Remember, it’s not about perfection but progress, and each vocalization is a step toward a more confident and socially resilient version of yourself.”

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