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How Do I help My friend be more open to those around him? - August 21st 2009, 05:04 AM

Well- I'm in an interesting position. My friend Jesse - 17 years old- (my bassist) has long been struggling with social anxiety and an inability to open up to more than his long time close friends, yet he hates not being able to speak in front of a class and hates getting nervous and slurring his words when he meets new people, but does not know how to go about aleiviating this social anxiety. I've tried multiple options for him, but I can't really seem to think of anything.
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