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It is so good to know there are others out there with the same problem and that I am not alone.I have completely started to avoid all eye contact with women and men.Many people appreciate finding a supportive online community, to share experiences and ask questions.Depending on how a forum is set up, you may be able to look at what other people are saying before joining.You can register to post messages on a forum without giving your real name.Some websites and forums are set up by people with particular experiences, some of which may seem quite frightening or negative, so it can be helpful to use forums on websites that you trust.I would like to know what the problem is and how it can be treated. In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), in the chapter on Anxiety Disorders, there is a subcategory for “Social Phobia”.
I have no real control over this and I have suffered from this condition for the past 8-9 years. I am 41 and in a stable and happy marriage and I do not believe that I have a sexual problem.You can get in contact with us, and some of our supporters, through social media channels such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Our You Tube channel contains lots of videos, including 'All about epilepsy' (opens new window) which is an introduction to epilepsy and the experiences of people living with epilepsy.If you have internet access there are epilepsy forums where you can contact other people online.You could ask your GP or hospital if they know of any local support groups, or call our helpline and ask if there are groups in your area.