Carlsbad, California (PressExposure) November 14, 2011 -- Leading website for people living with anxiety AnxietyTribe has started a new forum called SAD social anxiety forum on its website. Members can now start and join any forum topics related to social anxiety disorder under the SAD social anxiety forum and seek anxiety support online on the popular website.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Ryan Fitzgerald, CEO, says, "We are delighted at this new development. Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a real threat to the normal lives of its sufferers and their family as it instills in them a sort of phobia of people and a terror of being constantly judged. And since we are always looking for new ways to consistently help and support people coping and living with anxiety, starting a new social anxiety forum about SAD was only natural. Users can now start or join any topics or existing topics listed in the new social anxiety forum, and share their concerns about SAD. It is arguably the best self help that those living with anxiety can obtain since they can keep their identity anonymous until they become comfortable enough to divulge it, but still get all the help and support from similar people in similar situations even when they are anonymous."
AnxietyTribe is a patent website under the WebTribes Inc. network, and the number one destination for people seeking anxiety support online. It caters to a number of different countries worldwide, all united by anxiety disorders. It offers many different features to its users such as anxiety forums, anxiety chat rooms, anxiety groups and health information on anxiety disorders.
Adds Mr. Fitzgerald, "AnxietyTribe's sole ambition is to offer the best help and support for people living with anxiety and seeking anxiety support online. We are dedicated to constantly introduce and maintain new and old features that will help us achieve our goals. We have a number of features on our website right now that is being used by thousands of our users across the world in a bid to administer anxiety self-help and calm their anxieties. What we offer is not the cure that can be an alternative to professional therapy, but help and support and a chance to connect with other people in the same situation that never fails to strengthen one's spirit."
For more information on the new SAD social anxiety forum and AnxietyTribe, please visit http://www.anxietytribe.com
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