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fear of being watched while i workplease help?

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Dr. Grace Ho
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Clinical Psychology 16 years experience
Do you feel you are : Watched by random person that you dont know or your boss/coworker actually watches you in close distance? If its a sense of feeling that you are watched, i suggest explore that in therapy. If your boss always watches you, i would have a open conversation with her/him about how that affect your concentration on job and explore other ways to evaluate your work performance.

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