My grades in my Junior and Senior year were really hurt by my social anxiety. I would stay in my room and play games all day afraid to step outside to even get food. I think I only went to classes to take tests. As a result my GPA for those years was around a 3.35. After graduating, I decided that this was something that really needed to change. I sought help from a social worker, and got a job at a hospital that required me to talk to strangers every day. It's been 2 years since then and I believe I have overcome my anxiety. I am very comfortable talking with patients, doctors and nurses as well as my coworkers. I don't worry about what others think of me anymore. I also took Biochemistry while working full time and got an A in it just to show schools that I can do well when I go to class. Regardless of the story, would it reflect poorly on me that I once had this problem? Should I not take the risk of mentioning this in a secondary?