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I have anxiety when interacting with my wife's father-in-law. He really doesn't like me , but my wife has assured me that he will warm up to me once I am meaningfully employed.
I also have problems with my father's new wife. But the anxiety itself is not as pronounced as when dealing with bosses or supervisors.
I used to be anxious in a lot of other social situations, but the subscriptions drugs I am taking have taken the edge off.
In elementary school... terrible. I was bullied viciously. Moreover, the teachers never believed me when I would go to them for help, since it was often my word against the words of many. I was terrified of my father, he was quite abusive until much later on in life.
Once I was in highschool and my parents divorced, I learned that staying under the radar was a good way for me to go. In highschool everyone liked me and I was friends with just about everyone. I just kept quiet and made a few jokes here and there, it was all-in-all a good experience.
My father and I have sinced reconciled.
Thanks for the information.
I will consult with my regular physician and bring up these possibilities, and then write you a response.
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