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Millions of Americans are shy, but some people are so afraid or anxious about social interactions that they experience drastically reduced quality of life. Therapist Jerilyn Ross talks about social phobias and how to overcome them.
- Jerilyn Ross Author of "Triumph Over Fear: A Book of Help and Hope for People with Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Phobias" (Bantam)
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