Upon getting introduced to an unfamiliar environment, kids start developing a thought process of their own that might be different from what they have learned from their parents. It results in the generation of differences between learning and thinking; what they think could be entirely different from what they have learned. As a result of this difference, they create a standard in their minds. This ‘standard’ is equivalent to an imaginary guidelines document that kids refer to perform tasks the ‘right’ way. When they fail to meet their expectations, that marks the onset of Social Anxiety.