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~ Saber

Like Sheldon says, "It's funny because it's true". It can also be one of the hardest things for our friends and family to understand about us. Often it's not that we don't "want" to go out, we genuinely do when we make plans to do but as the time gets closer it becomes less an enjoyable outing and more of misery or anxiety-drenched ordeal. And if we do go, may times we isolate or want to leave much sooner than those we're with. Eventually, we stop accepting just to keep from disappointing the people we care about and forcing them to make excuses for us.

The good news is it doesn't have to be an all or nothing proposition. There are ways for us to enjoy socializing again. The bad news is, like most things about our healing, it takes work and we have to be honest with loved ones about what's going on.

Hit up our inbox and we can talk about it and find a solution for you together.


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