this is like agora phobia right? well, for years now i have this problem. i cant stand/talk in front of a crowd. i remember when i was younger, i was requested to stand and speak in front of the crowd. i didnt want my mentors to be disappointed so i stood up but then it was really embarrassing as i went completely jittery and awkward. i was like kristen stewart in the mtv awards. soo soo embarrassing and i have many more stories in relevance to this stage fright. but one of the bravest attempt i had was to sing in front of the whole congregation and yeah it went well and so with the second attempt. now i was encouraged to sing in the church. woah! i def would loved to, but then again, i am so back to my old self being so retarded with this fear, so i said ill think about it. i think im too old to be like this you know.. it's frustrating.. i want to get over it, fast. i have 2 good attempts but still. urgh! i just dont want things to happen like it did before..
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