Hello all, I'm new here. Okay so here is my problem. I currently go to a university at night trying to obtain my degree, but I am running into a few problems. At this university we have team and team assignments. Last night our team assignment was to present a power point that we have been working on for about 2 weeks. It's hard enough just to sit in class and interact with my fellow classmates without having a panic attack. So our team, team a, came up to present our power point. Well of course I panic forget everything that I had researched and looked like a complete fool. At the end of the power point my professor grilled me non stop because I guess he had assumed I didn't do my part. I had to leave class after that because all could do is cry. Mind you I am 30. I'm scared of people, I avoid all contact with anyone. I can't look at anyone in the face. Everytime I go in front of my classmates to present I get extremely nervous, my blood pressure shoots through the roof, I get cotton mouth, trip and stumble over my own words, and etc. This is becoming a real problem. This started about three years ago and I dont know how to fix this. Help me?!
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