One of the most stressful aspects of our lives is the work environment. You must have found yourself in situations when the workload, the multitasking, the pressure were too much to handle. Hard times are inevitable for everyone, but if they seem to be endless, you might want to find out whether anxiety disorder is the real cause of your career setbacks and professional stress.
Do your relatives or friends describe you as irritable, sensitive, or more worried than normal? Maybe you've been like that as long as they can remember, and they think it is just the way you are. Possibly, they see this as a temporary response to a specific situation. But if these traits strain your family relationships and make it hard to function at home, please consider getting tested for anxiety disorder.
Many people believe that success in the social sphere is dependent on personal qualities. The inability to make or keep new friends can have a damaging effect on our self-esteem. It can make us believe that our personality is what alienates people. But sometimes, it is something else, such as social anxiety disorder or PTSD, which requires a combined therapy approach for management.