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Forty Million Sufferers — One Place to Support Them All

A revolutionary new platform gives anxiety sufferers a powerful social tool to share experiences, get motivated, and combat their anxiety


AnxietySocialNet (ASN) is a growing social networking site that caters specifically to anxiety sufferers of all kinds, providing resources to combat anxiety and multiple discussion platforms where fellow anxiety sufferers can meet.

Thousands of people have approached AnxietySocialNet to help them be rid of their anxiety once and for all. ASN is giving 40 million anxiety sufferers from across the United States a way to share their stories, and learn from the experiences of others like them.

The new platform makes connecting to other anxiety sufferers simple and easy. Like Facebook, ASN has status updates, friend’s lists, and groups. But the website goes further by introducing Anxiety Q&A sessions, a personal diary, and an anxiety blog. The platform has received positive results from the online community, and it continues to expand, with a program for therapists to be added soon.

The new social network seems to be growing at a fast pace. This rapid growth is due to its platform that lets anxiety sufferers share their fears without feeling that they have a spotlight of judgment beaming down on them.

While the larger social networks such as Facebook and Twitter have done a lot to unite people from many walks of life, they can also bring about feelings of social stigma and make anxiety problems worse than before. In a study done this year by Mudra Mukesh for the Society for Personality and Psychologists (SPSP), she demonstrated that while having 300+ friends can bring about happiness initially; these feelings can quickly turn sour. Those with more than 300 friends felt the need to show off or brag about their lives, especially when encountering other such brags on regular status updates. This cycle eventually led to people feeling worse about themselves rather than better.

AnxietySocialNet avoids this pitfall because it is a platform based specifically on overcoming problems that other users can relate to. At ASN, former and current anxiety sufferers can meet and share their experiences. “The whole idea behind ASN,” says founder and CEO Salomon Ptasevich, “is to allow people to share their emotions in a ‘safe place’ and learn from each other’s experiences.”

To learn more about ASN and how it works, go to the website at


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