How Do You Become A Sociable Person?
in the morning, I want to ask about my psychological problem.rnI feel pressured because of my nature that people think is introverted. Whenever I am in a new environment, it is very difficult for me to mingle with my friends, even though I have been in that place for a long time. I’m confused about where to start a conversation with them, if I only talk 4 eyes I can still do it, but when I’m with a lot of people I can’t mix, especially with the opposite sex. Even with my friends I can’t communicate. Please help I feel pressured by my nature because I don’t have friends, while I’m already 20 years old, I’m afraid that if I work I won’t be able to mingle, especially since my goals are closely related to society.rnThank you.
Hello, good day Goddess.
First of all, you need to know what causes it to be difficult for you to mingle with friends, whether it's because of low self-confidence or low self-esteem, whether it's because you feel anxious when meeting people, or because you find it difficult to enjoy moments with other people and tend to be happier. alone thus avoiding social interaction?
Difficulty in social interaction can be caused by several things:
introverted personality type. In social interaction, people with introverted personality types tend to be more comfortable when talking one-on-one compared to large groups. Introverts prefer to think about things in their own minds. Reading, writing, or researching activities are more interesting for introverted people. You need to know that introvert personality is not a bad thing. An extroverted personality does not mean a better personality. An introvert has the right and must develop himself and achieve his goals and whatever makes him happy. social phobia, or social anxiety disorder, is an excessive anxiety disorder that a person suffers from social situations. People with this disorder often feel afraid of being noticed, afraid of embarrassing themselves, reluctant to eat in front of others, or attending parties or social gatherings. Social phobia is one of the most common types of phobias. This condition often reduces achievement at school or at work. Symptoms of this disorder are rapid heart rate, nausea, difficulty breathing, dizziness, shaking, sweating, etc. schizoid personality disorder. The main characteristic of this disorder is a cold nature, does not budge when praised or criticized, is not interested in making friends with anyone, even with the opposite sex. This is very different from the type of social phobia disorder that occurs due to a lack of self-confidence. Here are some tips that you can do to be able to deal with social situations:
Find something that you really enjoy, and channel it and explore it. For example music, writing, etc., then share your knowledge and experience with other people who have the same interest Have simple interactions every day, for example greeting people, eye contact with several people, etc. You can join public training speaking, namely practicing speaking in front of a crowd. If you are still feeling depressed and worried about your personality, it is recommended that you do counseling (you can go to a psychologist or a psychiatrist / psychiatrist). The doctor may give you drugs or just psychological therapy, depending on the cause of the complaints you are experiencing.
I hope this helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa Libela