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"The problem is I think, in most of our lives, the root of suffering is following that brain noise and listening to that brain noise and actually identifying with it as if it’s who you are,” he said. "That’s just the noise your brain makes. More often than not it probably doesn’t have much to say that’s going to help you."
Evans' anxiety was also one of many topics covered in a recent Hollywood Reporter profile on the actor.
"I've been in hundreds of scenes with this guy," Robert Downey Jr. said of his Marvel co-star. "Nobody laughs more than him. Sometimes he makes me self-conscious, like, 'Should I be more fun?' There's a little bit of, like, just trying to shake out the anxiety. And I've also seen him, over the last 10 years, go from being someone who had laughably real social anxiety to someone who has grown more and more comfortable in their own skin."