ARPITA SHARMAPh.D. STUDENT OF AGRIL COMM. GBPUA&T, PANTNAGAR
Public PhobiaA persistent, abnormal, and unwarranted fear ofwriting in public", each year this surprisinglycommon phobia causes countless peopleneedless distress.
Contii----A phobia is an intense but unrealistic fear thatcan interfere with the ability to socialize, work, orgo about everyday life, brought on by an object,event or situation.
cause of Public Phobiafears and phobias, public phobia is created by the unconscious mind as a protective mechanism. At some point in your past, there was likely an event linking writing in public and emotional trauma. Whilst the original catalyst may have been a real-life scare of some kind, the condition can also be triggered by myriad, benign events like movies, TV, or perhaps seeing someone else experience trauma
Signs of Phobia• becoming clingy, impulsive, or distracted• nervous movements, such as temporary twitches• problems getting to sleep and/or staying asleep longer than usual• sweaty hands• accelerated heart rate and breathing• nausea• headaches• stomachaches
• Physical training to teach the body to be calm at will• Skills for organizing information for a listening audience• Cognitive restructuring
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