When I talk to someone and get little intimidated, my voice gets shaky and heartbeat faster. I wasn't like this before but started about 10years a go.
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When you feel intimidated, it means you experience fear about something painful that could happen to you, and the somatic (physical) changes you experience, like your voice getting shaky and your heartbeat getting faster, confirm how intense this experience and reactions could become, to the point of creating overwhelming levels of anxiety, triggered by social situations. If you were not like this before, then you need to identify what happened 10 years ago in your life of traumatic or painful pushing you to develop this intense social anxiety, and it would be from there that you could start your rehabilitation process from this disorder.
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I'm sorry for late reply. But how do I identify what happened 10years ago? I don't think anything major happened to me.
How do I get help getting psychotherapy? Where can I find a good one?
If you don't mind asking, do they usually take insurance?