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Everyone gets nervous etc..
But what's interesting is that the thing that separates say 2 people with anxiety. One high functioning, one low functioning. Is the psychological coping mechanism that are used. Its self explanatory but everyone gets nervous, it's what you do with that nervousness and how you control is what matters.
*this post does not apply to psychopaths
This post made me anxious
Anxiety is also avoidance, part of it at least. You avoid something which creates anxiousness.
wow thats literally crazy thank you _Ghost for telling me this !!!
Ghost is to psychology what satanworshipper is to stoner metal
kyussfan420Ghost is to psychology what satanworshipper is to stoner metal
Everyone usually feels the same way during the same situation. It’s just how you can keep it from controlling you. Voice, bodily language etc.
The first run through the park of the season I get really nervous and dread. After the first jump I'm fine.
I love the feeling of nerves before you're about to drop in or send something new (usually on a mtb for me)... it's means you're ALIVE
i get hella social anxiety
This is very true. Everyone gets nervous no matter if you can tell or not.
Ability to deal with nerves depends on the situation and experience. Different ones elicit greater or lesser flood of catecholamines. I do great in situations today that years ago, I would freeze dead in my tracks. Sure some folks are just born with a natural stone cold response to stuff, but for most people, ability to deal with nerves comes from repetition and stress reduction techniques. Stomping that cliff can feel fucking great as a result of these chemicals flooding out. Those chemicals can also make your entire body tremble and make tasks difficult to complete or words difficult to say.
Just my two cents.
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