A public service announcement* for those who suffer from Public Performance Anxiety (PPA)
Have you ever been out in public and suddenly had the need to take care of business, only to have one look at your options and decide you have no other choice than to either "hold it" or go home to the privacy of your own accommodations?
That's right... I'm talking about using public restrooms.
Every day millions of people are making potentially unhealthy biological management decisions based solely on the fact that they are uncomfortable with the idea of pooping in public.
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then you might suffer from Public Performance Anxiety as well:
If the place you're at does not have a "private" or "family" restroom do you simply choose not to go?
If there is someone else in the bathroom when you walk in do you turn around and leave?
If you're already in progress and someone else comes in the bathroom do you clamp it closed and sit silently until they leave?
If so, then you are not alone. A recent survey determined that 1 in 3 people will not poop in public. But that doesn't mean you have to simply give up and not put out. Here are three articles that will help you understand your fears, as well as give you answers as to how to flush them away for good.
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Why it's embarrassing to poop in public
So if you suffer from Public Performance Anxiety don't be embarrassed - you are not a freak. Millions of other people right now are struggling with the same thing. But the good news is, there is a new product on the market designed specifically for you:
*Brought to you by People Overcoming Obstacles