The Truth Behind Social Anxiety Disorder Virtually everybody has experienced some symptoms of a social anxiety disorder (SAD) before. It is normal to feel nervous before a job interview — Or embarrassed because you made an offensive joke at your work party, causing everyone to glare at you judgingly — even though the joke sounded way funnier in your head. This article is for people that suspect themselves or a friend of… Read More
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Being confident is healthy. There are paid classes to become confident, not arrogant. Today we examine what psychologists, dictionaries, and celebrities. And what they tell us about the differences between confidence and arrogance.