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Support for People with Mood Disorders => General Discussion => Topic started by: Pleeb on November 30, 2018, 04:16:16 AM

Title: What's on your mind? Do something about social phobia.
Post by: Pleeb on November 30, 2018, 04:16:16 AM
We have a category of "what's on your mind?"  On Mood Garde, another forum.

On my mind will be the social phobia in our family......and people not going anything about it.... :(

The social phobia will be more visible. when we all get together.  (sorry for not being inarticulate about this...)

Since I'll be seeing family members at Christmas....(we exchange gifts on the 15, and bring potluck)  Actually, instead of gifts we donale to Toronto Wildlife.....I think. 


I used to have a lot of social phobia....worked on it - Psychiatrist, support groups at MDAO????

I do/did something, A LOT about the social phobia, but no one else seems to.    :o

But, I realize my relatives aren't
genetically identical to me........because I can change, doesn't mean they cah also change.  Sorry if I'm inarticulate.

But still...........btw, because I strongly think this, that doesn't mean I'll confront people about this....Not suitable, in various ways.

Peter

If you have any questions......
Title: Re: What's on your mind? Do something about social phobia.
Post by: Pleeb on December 05, 2018, 06:18:51 PM
Eureka!  Haven't thought this out completely, but I softened my position on this.

A person could ask why it is taking ME so long to change -
-my being untidy
-putting things off etc....

Peter
Title: Re: What's on your mind? Do something about social phobia.
Post by: paulm on December 06, 2018, 11:17:56 PM
Hello Peter, I guess that we could all improve some, I know that I certainly could. But to me it's a matter of constantly making adjustments. It seems that every time I seem to get comfortable in one place,I end up taking a step or two backwards. Take Care, paul m
Title: Re: What's on your mind? Do something about social phobia.
Post by: Pleeb on December 17, 2018, 02:41:49 AM
Right about constantly making adjustments!

I have a completely different "on my mind," but I forgot it.  Grrrrrrrr......my memory!


Peter