Children and teenagers with social anxiety disorder (SAD) may live with symptoms into adulthood without ever being diagnosed. Although SAD.
If you're the parent of a teen with social anxiety disorder (SAD), it can be hard to know how best to help him or her cope. In addition to helping.
It's natural to feel self-conscious, nervous, or shy sometimes. But for some people , the anxiety that goes with feeling shy or self-conscious can be extreme, and it.