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People who struggle with social anxiety feel inhibited, fearful, and physically tense in social and performance situations. Sironi describes three factors that drive this experience: the fear of shame, the desire to be affirmed, and feelings of inadequacy. He then unpacks how following the path of Jesus empowers those who struggle with social anxiety to embrace a new mindset and new habits so they can face social situations with courage.