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Does it interfere with your life?

Have you tried to change it, and not been able to?

I'm no professional, but those are my definitions of "disorder".

I don't know what you have to "put yourself through" to get help, but if you answered yes to both questions, maybe it's worth a try?

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Then one-on-one therapy sessions may be useful to you, to help you with those face to face interaction. Therapists lead the sessions, so it's not up to you to worry about what to say and all that. Usually they just use probing questions to start things off, and I have found that once I'm off it's not a problem.

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