I dealt with social anxiety for many years, because I didn't yet realize that what other people think, do and say are not more important than my own experience. That's all each of us have, whether alone for the moment or in the midst of societal experiences.

As I learned to understand there is absolutely no way I can know exactly what another person knows, how they think and what makes up their experiential existence to the point of encountering them; I started, and continue, too look forward to and desire, the next challenge, experience and encounter. I try to retain being humble and non-' threatened' (self-imposed) helping me to relax, enjoy and learn.

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