It does not erode my image of her even in the slightest. The good news is that this condition is completely manageable.
I've found that people who suffer from these things are often more interesting than so called "normal" folks.
There is much more to a person than his or her psychological conditions.
Even the anticipation of going out and meeting people is enough to work up a sweat.
Everything about them is fine but they let you know of one thing, they have within the past year suffered from a panic disorder or anxiety disorder which they are managing. At no time did any notion of anxiety or panic attacks come up.
Note: I ask as a sufferer of anxiety disorder Yes, absolutely. In fact, it wasn't until a few days later that I even found out that she had those troubles.
Some people might not know it, but Charlie’s problem has a name, social anxiety, and it is more common than we think.
People who suffer from social anxiety worry about how they’ll be perceived by others, and think they’re constantly begin evaluated and coming short.