Testimonials

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What Our Members Are Saying

I can happily walk down a street or go shopping without feeling that crushing sense of self-consciousness and fear of what people think of me. I have no qualms about picking up a phone and talking to a stranger. I initiate 90% of my conversations with strangers, friends, and family.

Rather than fearing social settings, I now look at them as ‘challenges’ and find I actually end up enjoying being in these situations."

Read Taylor's blog post.

Taylor K.

I really enjoyed the tips in the Lessons. I liked that the Dr. Russ tips involve a personal situation example and I’m not just asked to brainstorm. It made me feel less alone in my social anxiety."

Joe F.

If you would have told me three years ago that I would be anxiety free and eating in restaurants like everyone else, I would have laughed and thought you were making a cruel joke. I had nearly accepted that this was my lot in life, but it’s certainly not true. Take the Learn to Live social anxiety program seriously, and your life will change seriously. It did for me!"

Watch Heidi's testimonial video or read her blog post.

Heidi W.

Lesson 6 was probably my favorite. It was interactive, fun, educational, and helpful. I felt like the Lesson really emphasized me taking control of my life."

Jennifer R.

I'm really starting to notice a difference now and I'm really excited to continue on!"

Kelly R.

My progress seems to be improving each and every week. Even when I don't feel like I have progressed a lot, when the program asks me to look back on goals that I had set at the beginning, I really begin to see all the progress I've made."

Melissa J.

I am extremely happy with my progress. I feel confident going out and eating with others with little to no concern as to what people are thinking of me. This is leaps and bounds ahead of when I first started the Program!"

Andrea J.

The biggest progress I've made is actually thinking about whether my thoughts are correct. The Program has given me more confidence that possibly my first “flight” reaction, and my first thought about what others may think about me, may not be right!"

Evan R.

I'm taking more notice of my automatic thoughts and what I'm telling myself. But even more than that, I notice that I'm taking more steps forward in social situations without even realizing it. I've been coming out of more social situations feeling more positive.”

Ronald H.

I really enjoyed the tips in the Lessons. I liked that the Dr. Russ tips involve a personal situation example and I’m not just asked to brainstorm. It made me feel less alone in my social anxiety."

Joe J.

The first Lesson has helped me become more aware of how I feel when I become anxious, and has helped me be conscious of situations where I feel anxious. Just these two things have given me a small sense of freedom."

Jonathan P.

Doing the assessment at the beginning, and reading the goals I initially set and how much progress I've made towards those goals, was really effective in helping me understand just how much I've grown, and all the ways in which social anxiety affects my life."

Sandra G.

Because of my experience with your Program, I have found myself actively questioning my default negative thoughts in the moment and that is a step in the right direction."

Maria Elena J.

I felt a sense of confidence when I learned that the fear-facing trial approach that I had been working with in small doses in the Program, can be applied to our lives in general because I know I now have some tools to draw upon."

Hanna T.

My progress is incredible. Things are really changing for me, and I feel so much better and more able to live."

Sylvia H.