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  Fear of Public Speaking treated by Harry Cannon, Advanced Hypnotherapist in Carterton West Oxfordshire - Hypnotherapy ...
The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia (from the Geek γλῶσσα glōssa, meaning tongue, and φόβος phobos, fear or dread).
Some glossophobics have been able to dance or perform in public as long as they do not have to speak, or even speak or sing as long as they cannot see the audience.
The root cause of glossophobia, although occasionally unknown, can usually be attributed to either:
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  Glossophobia -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The fear of public speaking is called ''glossophobia'', from the Greek ''glosso-'', meaning tongue, and ''phobia'', fear or dread.
Glossophobia is considered a social phobia and may be linked to or sometimes precede a more severe anxiety disorder.
Symptoms include intense anxiety prior to or simply at the thought of having to verbally communicate with any group, avoidance of events which focus the group's attention on individuals in attendance, and may even include physical distress, nausea, or feelings of panic in such circumstances.
www.becomingapediatrician.com /health/63/glossophobia.html   (261 words)

  
  Glossophobia: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia, from the Greek (language) glosso, meaning tongue, and phobia, fear or dread.
Glossophobia is considered a social phobia and may be linked to or sometimes precede a more severe anxiety disorder.
Symptoms include intense anxiety prior to or simply at the thought of having to verbally communicate with any group, avoidance of events which focus the group's attention on individuals in attendance, and may even include physical distress, nausea, or feelings of panic in such circumstances.
www.encyclopedian.com /gl/Glossophobia.html   (219 words)

  
  US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : Glossophobia
Glossophobia is the fear of public speaking (from the Greek γλῶσσα glōssa, meaning tongue, and φόβος phobos, fear or dread).
Glossophobia may be a symptom of stage fright.
Glossophobia may be linked to, or sometimes precede, a more severe anxiety disorder.
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 Fear of public speaking (Glossophobia): Hypnotherapy as a treatment for the fear of speaking in public (Glossophobia). ...
Fear of public speaking (Glossophobia): Hypnotherapy as a treatment for the fear of speaking in public (Glossophobia).
Glossophobia, which is the fear of speaking in public, is closely related to social phobia and stage fright.
The fear of public speaking is thought to affect as many as three out of every four people, and as such, is one of the most common phobias.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Glossophobia
Glossophobia or speech anxiety is the fear of public speaking.
Glossophobia may be linked to, or sometimes precede, a more severe anxiety disorder.
Some glossophobics have been able to dance or perform in public as long as they do not have to speak, or even speak (such as in a play) or sing as long as they cannot see the audience or they feel that they are a character or stage persona rather than presenting as themselves.
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 Glossophobia
The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia (from the Greek γλῶσσα glōssa, meaning tongue, and φόβος phobos, fear or dread).
Glossophobia may be a symptom of stage fright.
Some glossophobics have been able to dance or perform in public as long as they do not have to speak, or even speak or sing as long as they cannot see the audience.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/g/gl/glossophobia.html   (480 words)

  
 Does Glossophobia Bother You?
Glossophobia is an intense fear of something that poses little or no actual danger.
While adults with glossophobia realize that these fears are irrational, they often find that facing, or even thinking about facing, the feared situation brings on a panic attack or severe anxiety.
They have had their glossophobia so long that they don't know who they would be without it.
www.phobia-fear-release.com /glossophobia.html   (748 words)

  
 Glossophobia - TheBestLinks.com - Phobia, Public speaking, Social phobia, Anxiety disorder, ...
Glossophobia - TheBestLinks.com - Phobia, Public speaking, Social phobia, Anxiety disorder,...
Glossophobia, Phobia, Public speaking, Social phobia, Anxiety disorder...
The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia, from the Greek glosso-, meaning tongue, and phobia, fear or dread.
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 Glossophobia
Glossophobia- Fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak.
Glossophobia goings-on When Americans were surveyed about their greatest fears, there was one that surpassed death, spiders, snakes and losing a job....
Glossophobia is the fear of speech, which includes the fear of public speaking.
www.medicality.org.uk /diseases/glossophobia.php   (141 words)

  
 Glossophobia at The Medical Dictionary
Glossophobia is more commonly known as stage fright.
In his stand up comedy routine, Jerry Seinfeld observed that in a funeral setting "the average person would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy." Glossophobia is considered a social phobia and may be linked to, or sometimes precede, a more severe anxiety disorder.
The root cause of glossophobia, although unknown, can be attributed to either a single tramautic incident, whether experienced personally or associated with someone who has, a slow build-up from merely avoiding public speaking to a more severe form of glossophobia.
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 The fear of public speaking public speaking is called glossophobia from...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The fear of public speaking public speaking is called "glossophobia", from the Greek Greek "glosso", meaning tongue, and "phobia", fear or dread.
It is believed to be the single most common phobia phobia, affecting as much as 75% of all people.
Glossophobia is considered a social phobia social phobia and may be linked to or sometimes precede a more severe anxiety disorder anxiety disorder.
www.biodatabase.de /Glossophobia   (268 words)

  
 glossophobia Stop Anxiety and Fear   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Glossophobia is the widespread fear of public speaking.
Glossophobia [Categories: Phobias] The (An emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight)) fear of (Delivering an address to a...
Glossophobia is the Fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak PhobiaF...
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 Percentage Of Glossophobia
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 Speech Anxiety: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Speech Anxiety, the fear of speaking in public, is known in psychiatric circles as glossophobia (glosso means tongue and phobia means fear, in Greek).
When glossophobia becomes a psychological problem that must be dealt with, the best course of action is to consult a mental health professional.
During treatment for glossophobia, a strong support structure is an essential part of recovery.
www.anxietycure.org /speech-anxiety.htm   (894 words)

  
 Glossophobia - glossophobia statistics
Symptoms include intense anxiety prior to or simply at the thought of having glossophobia statistics to verbally communicate with any group, avoidance of events which focus the group's attention on individuals in attendance, and may even include physical distress, nausea, or feelings of panic in such circumstances.
Some glossophobics have been able to dance or perform in public as long as they do not have to speak, or even speak or sing as long as they cannot see the audience.
Some organizations, such as Toastmasters International, and training courses in public speaking may help to reduce causes of glossophobia the fear to manageable levels.
www.medicalgeo.com /Med-Diseases-F---G/Glossophobia.html   (284 words)

  
 Glossophobia
The late comedian Mitch Hedberg also suffered from glossophobia.
Lalophobia (from the Greek lalein, to speak) is the irrational fear of speaking or of trying to speak.
Unlike the fear of public speaking, glossophobia, lalophobics suffer from their condition to varying degrees.
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 Term Papers on Glossophobia.
Glossophobia is considered to be the fear of speech.
In fact Glossophobia, of fear of speaking, has surpassed even dying in some surveys.
I just practice in front of my friends so when I get in class I just picture my class to be a group of my friends in one place and this helps me a lot I think many people should try to find a way to get over it speaking is a part of life.
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 Barffie The Whine-pire Sayer | Glossophobia
Glossophobia is more commonly known as stage fright.
In his stand up comedy routine, Jerry Seinfeld observed that in a funeral setting “the average person would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy.” Glossophobia is considered a social phobia and may be linked to, or sometimes precede, a more severe anxiety disorder.
The root cause of glossophobia, although unknown, can be attributed to either a single tramautic incident, whether experienced personally or associated with someone who has, a slow build-up from merely avoiding public speaking to a more severe form of glossophobia.
barffie.liquidblade.com /index.php/2006/01/19/glossophobia   (502 words)

  
 Glossophobia
The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia, from the Greek glosso, meaning tongue, and phobia, fear or dread.
It is believed to be the single most common phobia, affecting as much as 75% of all people.
To Presentation Skill!: 7 Simple Steps for the Time-Challenged Glossophobia Sufferer
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 Mt. Shastina Academy of Magic
He is usually seen wearing loose fl pants, which hang off his hips with a tight fl t-shirt and other dark colors, however most of the time he wears his house robes, a lot of the time even when it isn’t required.
Notable Traits: Edward has Ailurophobia, which is a fear of cats but he also suffers from Glossophobia which he try’s to cover up.
If Edward wasn’t suffering from Glossophobia he would probably be a much more popular, well liked person, however he is so…he isn’t.
www.geocities.com /shastamagic/Edward.html   (827 words)

  
 GLOSSOPHOBIA Gone in 24 Hours
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 Glossophobia. - CheatHouse.com
Glossophobia is considered to be the fear of speech.
In fact Glossophobia, of fear of speaking, has surpassed even dying in some surveys.
It is believed to be the single most common phobia, effecting as much as 75% of all people.
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 Tips for Glossophobia Cure
A very specific form of stage fright is called glossophobia which is the fear of speaking in public.
There are reports of glossophobes who could dance and sing in front of an audience but were terrified to simply speak.
Glossophobia and needless fear should never keep you off the stage if that is where you belong.
www.iampanicked.com /anxiety-articles/glossophobia-cure.htm   (599 words)

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