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Question: feeling uncomfortable around people


 wwechamp45 - Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:59 am

Hey about two weeks ago i started feeling really uncomfortable around people and it hurts when i am, i cant go into a big croud of people and school is starting to be a hassle. i don't know if i am anxious or something else is wrong i need help
 S.WILLIAMS,RN - Fri Feb 06, 2009 9:37 pm

I would recommend to you that you speak to your parents about the way you have been feeling, especially if this is something new for you. Feeling anxious in crowds happens to alot of people but if it starts interfering with how you go about your day and your attendence and interactions in school then you have to share that with your family so that they can help. It may be as simple as some coping stratagies or you may go see a therapist about your feelings.
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