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Author Lauren DeStefano is very present and vocal on social media, posting on LiveJournal, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube, and Goodreads. In 2013, her blog post about coping with SAD resonated with me.

Author Lauren DeStefano is very present and vocal on social media, posting on LiveJournal, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube, and Goodreads. In 2013, her blog post about coping with SAD resonated with me.

Rather than discuss how people with SAD use social media, this article blames various social media platforms for SAD. However, the author of this article does not seem to have a very clear understanding of what SAD is and is perhaps confusing it with other studies that look at social media-specific anxiety.

Rather than discuss how people with SAD use social media, this article blames various social media platforms for SAD. However, the author of this article does not seem to have a very clear understanding of what SAD is and is perhaps confusing it with other studies that look at social media-specific anxiety.

This website can, at first, seem intimidating to those who are reluctant to relay their troubles to a stranger. However, the anonymity of chat can help to alleviate these worries. The website allows users to browse the profiles of listeners, and searching “social anxiety” in keywords can connect you with someone who might share an understanding.

7 Cups of Tea connects you with free active listeners, online counseling, and online therapy. Speak anonymously with a trained, compassionate person when you need to talk to someone.

Although these graphics are meant to be funny, they also effectively illustrate the irrational worries of those with SAD.

When it comes to explaining just how different the world is to a person with social anxiety issues, College Humor's illustrator Shea Strauss has hit the proverbial nail on the head.