I've had the goal of finding a new job for the past week, but I can't seem to just get out there and do it. I've already made my copies of my resumes, and I seriously want a job - I cannot be without work. But once I step outside of the house, I get the paranoid feeling that everyone is watching me, such as the neighbors inside their windows. And once I get in my car and drive, I will believe that everyone in their cars are watching me. Then, when I walk up to the business doors, I believe everyone is yet still watching me. This stems from my severe self-consciousness. I don't know what to do.. does practice make perfect, and I'll just have to gradually get used to it, and the feeling of being watched will just become boring and mundane? Is it somehow related to anxiety, such as caused by anxiety or causes anxiety? How many other people with anxiety experience this feeling? Could it be something else? Thanks.
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