This has popped into my head recently. Ages ago when I wanted to try a new medication for my anxiety and I had to see a psychiatrist. I went with dad who stayed in the room with me and I wanted him there and she said it was fine. So she was asking general questions about my anxiety, what medication I've tried, I said people make me anxious. I explained it's not a thought about people that makes me anxious it's just like an automatic reaction, I'd see or hear a person and I'd panic. I said it's all people, people I know and don't know. Then she said out of nowhere, are you scared of men. I said no and said again that I'm scared of all people and she just carried on like that was a normal question. Dad looked really offended, I had to try not to laugh. I got a new medication to try and then I got sent a letter saying she'd given me a working diagnosis of social phobia. I just thought that was a really weird thing to ask. Curious what people think.