Jefferson a difficult moment being aware of how

Jefferson
(2001) noted the massive influence of social anxiety
disorder on standard of living. For a individual with social anxiety disorder,
daily social affairs bring about so much depression, anxiety and suicidal
tendency that separation seems like a liberation. Social anxiety disorder
prevents victims from living their own lives. They will avoid the circumtances
which are considered “usual” by other people. They even face a difficult moment
being aware of how other people can manage them without remarkable efforts.

 

SAD patiens show a
variety of educational, professional and social 
incapacity. This is a confusion of misplaced chances because individuals
spend most of their time on fighting against their disease.

For instance,
learners having social anxiety disorder tend to drop out of school in the early
stages due to their nervousness of poorly performing in their study more than
their colleagues who do not suffer from this illness. Besides, they aslo have
disturbed and unreliable employment history podcast such that they are be likely
to transfer from one office to another. Because they are worried about being
unsuccessful or not completing work when they carry out a assignment which does
not bring forth the good results as they expect (Shaw, 2005). In some other situations, the fear
of fullfilling leading an obligation usually makes them be away from work until
they feel identically gratified that they will not be accquainted with the
similar duty.

 

According
to Stein & Walker (n.d.), the absence of confidence and motivation affected
by social anxiety disorder makes
victims become lonely and separete as they are not able to make friends or
interact with people.  For example, a
child who has to put up with this illness will have just few friends and count
upon them for all social situations. But families change place, children move
to a new school, and it may be needed for them to start new relationships. This
is actually hard for socially anxious children to adapt to a different living
condition and they may be more fearful (Wells, 1998). In other words, the
frightened feeling of failing to be admited in the new location will strengthen
social anxiety disorder.