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COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION It all starts at a young age when you get associated with the quiet kids Often you are the shy one in the class but no one really thinks much of it Then you move on to middle school and have a handful of friends still though you are not the popular one After middle school you preparing for high school and classes take on a whole new dimension You are asked to participate in class discussions and even work with others in a small group environment In the past everyone knew you as being quiet and shy so when it comes to people choosing their group you are not exactly on their priority list This eventually leads to lower self-esteem and negative reinforcement High school progresses and so does your fear of social situations such as public speaking and working in groups Nevertheless you pass with mediocre grades and eventually gain acceptance into college Little do you know that your worst nightmare is just around the corner You have to take a public speaking cou rse to graduate from your university Somehow you manage to live through college and your public speaking class but the nightmare continues Now you enter the real world and come to realize that in every job you apply for you have to go trough an interview which is heavily based on your communication skills Your fear and shyness has now haunted you for 25 years but its more than a fear it is a disorder and no one has helped you Public Speaking is the number one fear of Americans today Whitworth Cochran 1966 Unfortunately public speaking is essential in almost everything we do now- a- days It is perfectly natural to feel butterflies in your stomach or sweaty hands right before you are going to speak in public or even in a small group But sometimes the fear gets so intense that
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