“FEAR” OF SPEAKING TRY THESE TIPS   Leave a comment

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Many people with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)experience social anxiety, such as fears of public speaking. These fears can have a tremendous impact on a person’s level of success at work or at school, as someone with these fears may avoid jobs, classes, or situations where they have to present in front of other people.

People who fear public speaking often beat themselves up over these fears. However, if you fear public speaking, it is important to remember that these fears make sense. When you are speaking in front of a crowd, you are vulnerable (which can be very frightening for someone with PTSD). In addition, the situation can be threatening in the sense that people may evaluate you negatively. Sometimes, people even fear positive evaluation, as they believe that if they do a good job, they will always be expected to…

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Posted April 6, 2015 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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