29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Andrew Kukes Foundation For Social Anxiety announces a partnership with the national, independent Moment Magazine, to begin new conversations about anxiety - a subject that affects many families but is too often not discussed, through a new contest.
What does SA stand for?
SA stands for Social Anxiety
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- Smart Ass
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- Social Accountability
- Social Actions
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- Sociedad Anónima (Spanish company designation)
- Sociedade Anônima (Corporation; Brazil)
- Sociedade Anónima (Portuguese company designation)
- Societate Pe Actiuni (Romanian: stock company)
- Société Anonyme (French company designation)
- Society of the Atonement
- Software Architecture
- Software Assurance
- Soil Association
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Humans experience social anxiety to different degrees and in different areas.
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is characterized as a persistent fear of negative evaluation in social situations.
Social anxiety is correlated with a number of other negative behaviors and cognitive responses including avoidance of others, decreased verbal and nonverbal interaction in the presence of others, negative thoughts, negative self-evaluations, irrational beliefs, and evaluation apprehension (Patterson & Ritts, 1997).
Anxiety appears to be the operative word in this collection, which reveals a widespread social anxiety on a multitude of levels, affecting the "domestic" areas of service, marriage, parenting, and education.
Social anxiety disorder--an excessive fear of social situations, such as eating or speaking in public--affects 2 to 13 percent of the U.
More than 10 million Americans have social anxiety disorder--an intense, persistent fear and avoidance of social situations.
Anxiety analysis takes the general form of seeking to identify an underlying social anxiety or a combination of anxieties which can explain why some specific social response or social action occurred when and where it did.