Our expert says:
No reason why you shouldn't laugh --- maybe you feel a bit uneasy and nervous in public / groups, and the laughing too loud or long arises from that nervousless. This fits with the shyness, as a Social Anxiety Disorder, and if you experienced violence in childhood, this may have added to this effect, and made you a tad too eager to please others to avoid possibilities of violence. I'd think that some CBT, Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, the current best-buy form of psychotherapy / counselling, could help you feel more confident, more comfortable when in a group, and more anle to relax and fel and act naturally when with others. And it shouldn't take long to achieve this, either
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