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    • I call bs, when you're nervous you're most like going to fuck up, you ever seen a nervous kid give a presentation? They're shaking because of the lack of confidence.
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    • Fuck off. I got social anxiety and any time I attempt to feel confident my mind blanks out when I need to get the anxiety-inducing task done and I get more anxious
      Xyro 24d
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    • Fun fact: when you look in the mirror your brain makes you think you’re 4x better looking than you really are. Every time I think I look OK in a mirror I just say “nice try trick ass bitch”
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    • So my anxiety has anxiety?
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    • God i hate that. Whenever I’m walking to school I’m constantly adjusting how i walk because I’m so paranoid that i look like I’m walking funny to others.
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    • Me:*thinks about something* my brain:dude what if people see what you're thinking? Me: what? They can't. That's stupid. Brain: but what if? Me: o shid u right.
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    • As soon as you realize that you dont give a fuck about others you realize everyone else doesnt give a fuck
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    • You forgot the funny
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    • Illusion 100
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    • My job requires me to talk to strangers every day for 8 hours or more. The best way I've gotten over my anxiety was to pretend it didnt exist or I would fake confidence. It ends up helping in the long run
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    • Similar to the spotlight effect: you think everyone is analyzing you and the moment you do something embarrassing, everyone will know and judge you
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    • My family runs with anxiety and depression, I can be extremely panicked and look fine because I do a fantastic job hiding it. I've had a few extremely severe anxiety attacks over the years but now I've become more resistant to it, along with my anxiety not being as potent as it once was.
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    • I use this when I’m high and relax because I convince myself no one can tell I’m high, it just usually backfires because if you’re really high, everybody gonna know you really high
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    • It does not
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    • Although I have some anxiety my face is always blank or calm so I try to match what I know my face looks like to my emotions to calm myself down
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    • If you aren't confident, just fake it, no one can tell the difference. A girl said to me at a party "I wish I could be like you, just like no anxiety and totally comfortable" and I said "bitch I got hella anxiety I just act like I don't"
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    • “You’ll worry less about what people think of you when you realize how seldom they do”
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    • The single most powerful attitude in this world is "fuck it"
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    • Before a presentation or any sort of public act, just say/think: (ah) fuck it. Then full send. Works every time.
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    • Me: what if I'm over thinking my anxiety? Brain: what of you're not? Me: :O
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    • I can always see when someone is nervous tbh.
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    • As someone w social anxiety, the most calming piece of advice I ever got on the subject was from my sister. she said, "just remember. No one cares about you. You're just not that important for them to care about the details." And as dark as it sounds, in the context of anxiety it was eerily calming.
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    • Sometimes, like all people, I think about embarrasing things sometimes. Sometimes when I’m trying to work at school, I usually just try to dismiss it. I notice that people whisper like 90% more when I’m thinking about something innapropriate. My anxiety goes “holy fuck they’re reading your mind”
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    • I was performing a song on a harp in physics and I was so nervous I messed up. I thought everyone was thinking bad of me and I accidentally muttered “shit” really loud but everyone started to laugh and then I did too. Sometimes you worry more than you need to but in the end no one cares that much :)
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    • Studies show that I have a fat cock
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    • Well thank you
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    • I’m going ask my crush out
      kade_ 23d
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    • double click to see her face
      yrodro 23d
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    • I've been so good at hiding my anxiety and depression my friends and family had no clue I was this 👌 close to killing myself
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    • So me and my boys sham a lot in the army. At first I used to get paranoid that I'd get caught but its come to the point where the post general could walk in and I wouldn't give a solitary fuck.
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    • Isn't that just called dickheads?
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    • The thing people have to realize is that nobody cares about your dumb mistakes because the world doesn’t revolve around you and they have better things to do than criticize your every move
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    • This is why you shouldn’t use iFunny for therapy
      gifmun 24d
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    • When iFunny is a better therapist than your actual therapist
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    • I started thinking like this a while ago and it worked out. I just think to myself "nobody cares about me and no one will pay attention" it does worsen my depression tho
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    • Think like this. How often do you notice someone else doing something stupid by mistake? Not often, right? They don't notice you any more than you notice them.
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    • I’m getting in January and al y’all are invited
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    • Unless your hands shake when you get anxiety, everyone always seems to notice my hands shaking for some reason
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    • I get really nervous around people but like especially nervous around my crush so I told him I liked him cuz maybe it would make me feel better, he was chill with it but it didn't work oof
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    • So basically fake it until you make it
      Lethon 24d
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    • Was this not common sense?
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    • Man I honestly feel bad for people with anxiety and low self esteem cause I was there at one point. I still have some anxiety, but that’s because I’m still a teenager and that’s to be expected. Otherwise I love myself because, what’s not to love
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    • Same thing with being high in like school. You think people notice you a lot more than they actually do
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    • Anybody else like this to give her a face??
      fit2y 24d
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    • Extrovert propaganda
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    • People tend to think other people notice them more than they actually do in general. "You would not be so concerned with what others think of you if you knew how seldom they do" -Eleanor Roosevelt
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    • A coworker of mine noticed that I was having the beginning of a panic attack because our boss had called a meeting and we were running late. I hate interrupting but I had to go resupply one of our hospital units with some snacks for patients and she abruptly cut of our boss and helped me finish
      Zillah1 24d
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    • I’ve actually experienced this firsthand when I realized that people most likely don’t remember or care about the random embarrassing things I did years ago.
      Ehsper 24d
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    • truth
      Aothei 24d
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    • you're usually physically showing something that you're anxious though, people who can see the most obvious details usually notice but no one really cares so
      iYeeb 24d
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    • Bullshit. The more you think people realize you're anxious, the more nervous you become. First hand experience as in right now
      inertia 24d
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    • Thats not at all what its called its called the spotlight effect
      WhyFye 24d
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    • For those of you struggling with confidence, fake it till you make it
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    • It's called the Spotlight effect. I just learned this in psychology.
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    • Yep. Fake it til you make it.
      Diao 24d
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    • pro tip, if you think someone noticed you fuck up, they likely didn't, and if they did, they'll forget pretty quick. Adopt a "nobody gives a fuck" mentality and you'll be a lot better off.
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    • You lost
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    • Nah, people really notice. I get called out all the time.
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    • When I ever feel nervousI just remember that I’m not important enough for people to want to look at me and if there is anyone looking at me, at the end of the day, no one’s actually going to give a shit about how one person fucked up as long as it doesn’t affect their life, so I dont worry much
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    • Reverse psychology they’re lying to make us confident
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    • This is featured because everyone has had this when someone’s going through their phone
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    • i dont have anxiety or nothin but sometimes when talkin to certain ppl i feel hella shaky but im pretty sure its bot noticable
      Floatie 24d
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    • There usually is no illusion. I'm three feet away, slamming my head into a window repeatedly. Of course I'm distressed.
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    • The phrase “nobody thinks about you as much as you think they do” is actually quite comforting.
      sickday 24d
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    • In order to keep myself in check i ask myself “hey if i haven’t even bothered looking at the person next to me what’s the chance of them looking at me”
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    • Nah people for sure notice with me cause my voice gets shaky, I get all fidgety, and keep smoothing down my right eyebrow with my middle and ring finger
      Flormf 24d
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    • Makes sense. Anxiety is a deeply routed reaction and can be involuntarily triggered. Like someone saying "your breathing by yourself now" you can change that. Self-observation is valuable
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    • False: I am aware of this and gain no confidence.
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    • So basically remember that people dont care about you?
      OGWolf 24d
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    • It’s called the spotlight effect
      uuck 24d
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    • https://ifunny.co/fun/VpmqL5pU6 Top comment is probs a pedo
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    • Penis time
      RAPlST 24d
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    • OK so I know but I'm still a hot mess.
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    • Jools 24d
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    • I guess my confidence shot up
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    • Beating my meat while reading this
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    • I use all these mental trick when I’m doing public speaking. N I don’t get nervous at all, I should note that I’m well endowed and wear tight pants
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    • This is me and it's 100% true. This'll get lost in the comments but for those who see it, I hope this helps: Keeping good posture and taking slow, deep breaths help as well.
    • It's called being a little bitch
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    • If figured this out through life by my freshman year
    • I’m extremely awareness of this and have swung the other way into complete apathy of what others think
    • Only happens when drunk
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    • When I get nervous I take a deep ass breath and tell myself I’m in control of the situation always works
    • Instead of imagining everybody in their underwear when I do presentations, I do my presentation like a nonperverted normal fuck.
      ewp43 24d
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    • But wait. Who actually cares If someone is nervous? Lol in college you have 1/3 of the students having mental breakdowns during the test and no one says a thing.
    • If you have anxiety just remember that no one gives a shit about your life. Hope that helps
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    • Nice source you right
    • I'mma call bs cus I'll do that but there's still something in the back of my mind that's like nah bro they totally see how nervous you are and are totally judging the shit out of you for it
    • Maybe back in the day but now I can't go 10 fucking mins without someone saying something gives them anxiety or they got anxiety over this and that. I've found that i might be allergic cause Everytime I hear it I get a headache
    • Actually it’s called the spotlight effect look it up retard
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