Confidence is a bit like air.
When you have it you tend not to think about it, when you don’t it can feel awful.
Social anxiety, performance anxiety and generalised anxiety can all be debilitating, reducing sufferers to people afraid to leave their own homes and with serious esteem issues.
The good news is that it can be overcome.
It takes work, and it’s not always easy, but you can do it.
My advice would be to get professional help – counsellors and therapists can work wonders in this area.
If you’re not ready to take that step, or think you can manage it yourself there are some things that you can do to move forward.
How to feel more confident.
1. Challenge your beliefs.
If you you believe that everyone at the party will hate you – challenge that.
Firstly, it’s very likely that most people at the party…
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