Our expert says:
I can't recall the specific article you're referring to, but it presumably commented on some specific problems and things that need to be improved --- but don't assume that any article automatically refers to what would happen to you any time you sought treatment. Social Anxiety Disorder happens to respond really well, ideally to a combinaton of medication and CBT counselling.
And don't forget, other people only appear normal, they all have their own specific varieties of problem. Just as you almost cerainly appear entirely normal to other people, who will be dramatically uninterested in you, while you feel as though you are the object of their attention.
Yes, this is indeed a world in which some very nasty things happen --- but at the same time it is one in which some great and wonderful things happen, too. Get yourself well with the right expert help, and you can become one of those who work towards increasing the proportion of wonderful to nasty stuff happening.
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