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Good deeds can improve your social anxiety

July 14, 2015

kindnessIf you suffer from social anxiety disorder, performing acts of kindness can help you to relax and interact with others more easily, a study has found.

People with social anxiety who perform good deeds may have less trouble relaxing and interacting with others, new research finds.

These acts of kindness can boost feelings of happiness and foster positive views of the world. Over time, deeds that promote positive interactions may enable people with this disorder to socialize more easily, the Canadian researchers said.

Read more at http://www.health24.com/Medical/Depression/About-depression/Good-deeds-can-improve-social-anxiety-20150713

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