>tfw everytime I'm in a heated discussion or speaking out to many people my body starts to shiver
What the fuck do I do to prevent it? It's not that I'm scared of speaking out or even arguing, but my body seems to be. Why is that? What's going on with me?
normal. i use to shiver when i would sit down at a poker table at a casino even when i knew the game was super profitable and i wasn't consciously nervous at all. now i'm totally calm because my brain is used to it. i'd probably still shiver if someone came up to me on the street acting aggressively, or if a cop pulled me over.
I get this anytime I start telling stories from war. My mind starts going at a million miles per second as if I'm reliving it again. I don't have PTSD, I've been told it's just the mind/brain working faster what the nervous system can keep up with.
But the thing is anon, I don't have the stage fright. I can just go out and speak relatively easily. My body on the other hand starts to shiver like fuck.
I recently had to do a debate. I killed it but I literally had to wear some slightly baggy clothes and keep in a position where people wouldn't see me shake.
>I've been told it's just the mind/brain working faster what the nervous system can keep up with
Well shit, now that you mentioned it, I sometimes have this problem as well. I can sometimes speak but literally omit words without noticing simply because my brain works far faster than the rest of me.
Oh, lordt no.
I've shaken like this for effective speaking in uni.
It was only my legs behind the desk, my hands didn't fuck up as much.
Still took points off my presentation because I "Didn't move my hands enough"
I wish I could weaponize my anger.