For people with social anxiety disorder, everyday social interactions can cause anxiety, fear, self-consciousness, and embarrassment. Symptoms may include excess fear of situations in which one may be judged, worry about embarrassment or humiliation, or concern about offending someone.
Our guest this week, Kristen Tromble will talk about her experience with social anxiety and how she changed it and now enjoys a full life interacting with people.
Kristen began using the Access tools for the grand adventure of discovering who she is, what she knows, and how to create a life she’d enjoy living. Along the way, she discovered that one of the things she enjoys most is facilitating these tools with others. She’s now an Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator, a Being You Facilitator, and a Maestro of Symphony Sessions. In addition to oodles of fun playing with Access, she enjoys color, word play, water, laughing with sea lions, hiking trails in her hometown of Juneau, Alaska, traveling, and being silly when it suits her.