Area Woman Takes Break From Work Anxiety To Enjoy Social Anxiety

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Adler stated that it had been a long time since she could kick back and let her fear of social interaction consume her.
Adler stated that it had been a long time since she could kick back and let her fear of social interaction consume her.

LOS ANGELES—Local woman Gina Adler attended a party this past weekend to take a break from her usual work-related anxiety and spend more time on social anxiety, sources confirmed. “After a long week of feeling overwhelmed by projects and deadlines, it’s so nice to just go out with some friends and feel overwhelmed by social situations instead,” stated Adler, pretending to take a sip from her empty cup as she “felt weird not doing anything with [her] hands.” “We spend so much of our lives worrying about phone calls and meetings that it’s hard to find time to worry about other things, like if you’re overdressed for a party, or if all of your friends secretly hate you and wish you hadn’t come in the first place.” At press time, Adler was seen trying to figure out what reaction to have in response to a story that she had only caught the second half of.