For me it's the kind of thing that comes and goes. Last year there was a time-span of a couple of months where I was getting all these panic attacks and I couldn't speak to anyone. Suddenly it went away, no idea why it came no idea why it left.
I guess the best way to get over it is to ignore it. I usually forced myself to do that back then, it was hard but in a way it made my life easier.
A bullet can cure most anxiety problems!
Just joking, but really, get therapy. Clearly there is something wrong with you to the point where you need to be put on heavy medication.
Not cool spiderboenz! just not cool at all! :(
I hope that was no a pointed comment towards my reply, spiderboenz.
Because my reply was in ernest. I'm not saying there is something serious wrong with Mr. Dobson. I'm just saying counselling can really be helpful in these types of situations. I know, I've been through it. Social anxiety can be caused by a number of factors, and counselling can help you deal with those factors in a manageable way. It's just a kind of support system until you feel more confident with yourself. Also, counselling does not equal psychiatry, and does not equal medication.