Whenever I am in an uncomfortable situation, around new people, talk in front of groups, I always get a red rash on my neck and chest that is very uncomfortable and embarrising. It only stays around for an hour or so but I'm not sure what if anything I can do for my problem. I have experienced this rash 50 or more times over many many years.
Any comments or responses are greatly appreciated.
Social anxiety can be a bear; many people have it especially when talking in front of groups. Have you ever tried to confront the issue through various exercises or talk therapy? I remember back in college they even offered courses on improving your public speaking abilities, so don't think you are alone in experiencing this. Talking publicly comfortably sometimes takes a lot of practice!
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